Law's Expression - Communication, Law and Media in Canada
Navigate Today's Increasingly Regulated Media and Communications World A must-read for legal, journalism and communications students alike, Dr. Hamilton's compelling and accessible new book provides a timely, sociological overview of the blurring lines between law and communications today. It's a work that skillfully weaves together many of the ...
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Advertising and Marketing Law in Canada, 4th Edition
This latest edition from Brenda Pritchard and Susan Vogt, two of the most recommended advertising and marketing lawyers in Canada, and members of their practice group, covers all of the hot topics in advertising and marketing law in Canada. With this accessible guide as your trusted reference, you can advise your clients and colleagues knowing that you have up-to-date information at your fingertips.
Communications Law in Canada
Examines the legal frameworks currently employed to regulate traditional forms of both telecommunications and broadcasting.
Entertainment Law in Canada
Covers four major fields in the entertainment industry: film, television, music and sports. It specifically addresses the legal, income tax and business considerations that commonly arise in connection with the creation, development and production of artistic works and sports activities.
Libel, 2nd Edition
A Clear, Comprehensive and Current Statement of the Law Canadian libel law is designed to strike a balance between two essential values - protection from harmful speech on one side and protection of free expression on the other. Recent decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada have restated the foundations of libel law to strike a clearer balance ...
Private Law, Social Life - An Introduction, 2nd Edition
This is the second edition of Private Law, Social Life: An Introduction. This edition introduces an alternative to the core set of philosophical assumptions underlying private law doctrine. That alternative is a more community based, or "relationships based" focus, rather than the conventional individualistic set of assumptions. In each chapter, ...