David Logan on American Libel Law
David A. Logan of Roger Williams University School of Law was a recent guest on NPR's podcast On Point, where he discussed rethinking American libel law. Logan’s article “Rescuing our Democracy by Rethinking New York Times v. Sullivan” was cited 16 times in U.S. Supreme Court Justice Gorsuch’s dissent in Shkelzen Berisha v. Guy Lawson, et al. An op-ed in The Washington Post [subscription required] examines Logan’s argument and potential implications the dissent may have on future libel cases in front of the Supreme Court.
Logan serves as an Adviser for Restatement of the Law Third, Torts: Defamation and Privacy.
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