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Friday, December 04, 2009

The Online Media Legal Network Aims to Help Bloggers, Journalists

The Committee to Protect Journalist (CPJ) published a post on December 3, 2009, headlined “New lawyer network serves bloggers and online journalists.” It’s about the Online Media Legal Network.

“By the beginning of this month,” the CPJ reported, “the network had 25 law firms representing some 6,000 lawyers who could potentially be called upon for help ranging from advising a journalist on the paperwork needed to establish an online news site to litigating in a libel suit.”,

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Just wanted to add a comment not on the post, but on you being back. Great to see you back blogging after a break, keep it up.

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