Spiritual Group’s Attempt to Unmask Online Critics Goes South

Technology and Marketing Law Blog

Thoughtful commentary on November 9 decision in the Art of Living Foundation case.

Technology and Marketing Law Blog

Marcie Hodge loses, again

East Bay Express

Discussion of Marcie Hodge lawsuit by Robert Gammon of the East Bay Express.  (Gammon and the East Bay Express were defendants, represented by Koltun)

NAACP Gives “Foot Soldiers’ Award” to Koltun

Award Presented at NAACP Annual Convention, Los Angeles

“In tribute to your enduring pursuit of justice, your advocacy on behalf of many who are without means of redress and for leaving footprints on the sands of time that others can follow.”

Wikileaks Wins Back Its Domain

Information Week

WikiLeaks on Friday won its domain name back but still faces a potentially lengthy litigation as the court wrestles with issues of liability and restraint as applied to collaborative transnational publishing.  Read Article

Landmark Freedom of Expression Case in Zambia

DLA Piper’s New Perimeter project with the Southern African Litigation Centre (SALC) in Johannesburg achieved an important success when the Zambian Supreme Court upheld a decision not to deport Roy Clarke, a British journalist who allegedly insulted Zambia President Levy Mwanawasa in a 2004 column published in a privately owned newspaper.

New Perimeter Statement

Harare in Move to Spy on Citizens

Editorial by Nicole Fritz and Joshua Koltun in Business Day (South Africa)

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Joshua Koltun receives James Madison Award for Legal Counsel from Society for Professional Journalists

Society for Professional Journalists (N.Cal)

List of Awards

Newspapers Appeal Gag Order

San Francisco Chronicle

The Chronicle and other newspapers have asked the state Supreme Court to review a judge’s sweeping gag order in a Vallejo child kidnapping case.
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