In a recent Live Broadcast, MGSN invited legal experts to discuss and review the Alex Jones defamation case. In this clip, MGSN examines the different components of this case which include compensatory damages, defamation, first amendment, slander and libel.
The First Amendment of the US Constitution protects free thought, speech and expression of the thoughts and speech. By definition the constitutional protection extends to the written word and varied digital backgrounds.The First Amendment also provides protection for speech and the expression of thoughts that are offensive, vile and unpopular. The ACLU filed an Amicus Curia Brief in the significant case of Snyder v. Phelps, in which the Westboro Baptist Church, Westboro, was sued for staging a protest at the funeral of a slain US Soldier,…
The U.S. National Labor Relations Board on Thursday rejected Starbucks Corp’s call to reconsider a test the agency adopted two years ago for deciding whether to hold union elections in person or via mail ballot during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More
A federal judge on Thursday dismissed two antitrust lawsuits accusing Amazon.com Inc and five large publishers of illegally conspiring to fix U.S. prices of electronic and traditional books, causing consumers and bookstores to pay more. Read More
Full Roundtable Discussion aired on MGSN Live & YouTube
This MGSN Roundtable discussion focuses on the positive social impact that new technologies can have on communities across the globe. Please join us as we examine different technologies and businesses from around the world who are creating jobs, fighting climate change, and building communities.