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January/ February 2020 - Issue 27


Liability for third-party content and the right to be forgotten

By Arnaldo Cisilino, Pérez Alati, Grondona, Benites & Arntsen


Pro league football clubs and disputes over distribution of proceeds from television broadcast deals

By Flip Petillion, Petillion


Featured Firm:

Al Tamimi & Co.

MLI e-Zine Jan-Feb 2020.pdf

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March/ April 2020 - Issue 28


Fake News in Morocco

By Jaafar Laidi, Garrigues


The Launch of 2020 Rules on Citizen Protection Against Online Harm in Pakistan

By Sana Shaikh, Vellani & Vellani


Featured Firm:

Al Tamimi & Co.

MLI e-Zine March-April 2020.pdf

May/ June 2020 - Issue 29


US Supreme Court asked to review media ownership rules

By Chérie R. Kiser, Cahill Gordon & Reindel


Featured Firm:

Al Tamimi & Co.

MLI e-Zine May-June 2020.pdf

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July/ August 2020 - Issue 30


Featured Firm:

Al Tamimi & Co.


Update: Parties square off over Supreme Court review of

media ownership rules

By Chérie R. Kiser, Cahill Gordon & Reindel



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January/ February 2021 - Issue 33


US Supreme Court Grills Lawyers in the Prometheus Media Ownership Case

By Chérie R. Kiser, Cahill Gordon & Reindel


Featured Firm:

Al Tamimi & Co.


September/ October 2020 - Issue 31


Filming back to normal? Well...

Mark Hill, Charles Russell Speechlys


Copyright considerations for the Turkish TV show industry in the age of streaming

By Bentley Yaffe and Sila Sayli, Cetinkaya


Featured Firm:

Al Tamimi & Co.

MLI e-Zine September-October 2020.pdf

November/ December 2020 - Issue 32


Effects of recent amendments to the Nigerian Broadcasting Code on competition in the local broadcast industry

By Isioma Idigbe Punuka Attorneys & Solicitors


Featured Firms:

Baker McKenzie and Al Tamimi & Co.

MLI e-Zine Nov-Dec 2020.pdf

March/ April 2021 - Issue 34


News:


Featured Firm:

Al Tamimi & Co.

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January/ February 2022 - Issue 38


News:

Media Law International launches ninth edition

Nigeria lifts Twitter ban after seven-month suspension

Vox Media agrees to acquire Group Nine Media in all-stock deal uniting digital publishers

Language law for Ukraine’s print media takes effect


Featured Firms:

Al Tamimi & Co.

Charles Russell Speechlys

May/ June 2021 - Issue 35


News:


Article:

Law Frim Employee Wellness Strategy

By Stone King LLP

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September/ October 2021 - Issue 36


News:


Featured Firms:

Al Tamimi & Co.

Charles Russell Speechlys

MLI e-Zine Sept-Oct 2021.pdf

November/ December 2021 - Issue 37


News:


Featured Firms:

Al Tamimi & Co.

Charles Russell Speechlys

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March/ April 2022 - Issue 39


News:

Media Law International partners with events firm vFairs

Canada reveals bill requiring tech firms to pay for content

New Zealand’s TVNZ and RNZ to merge in ‘watershed moment’ for media industry

UK unveils Online Safety Bill intended to regulate internet


Featured Firms:

Al Tamimi & Co.

Charles Russell Speechlys

MLI e-Zine Mar-Apr 2022 -.pdf