Higginbotham v. City of New York 105 F Supp 3d 369 (SDNY 2015) Most recent action On March 17, 2017, Media Coalition Foundation, Association of American Publishers, Authors Guild, Freedom to Read Foundation and 60 other media organizations submitted an amicus … Continue reading
Dr. Edward Tobinick sued Dr. Steven Novella, a professor at Yale University Medical School, for criticizing his unusual medical treatments that he provides at his clinics in Florida and California. In a blog post on his website “Science Based Medicine,” Novella called Tobinick’s clinic, the Institute of Neurological Recovery, a “quack clinic.” Novella also took issue that Tobinick used the anti-inflammatory drug Enbrel to treat Alzheimer’s disease, as reported by an article in the Los Angeles Times.
In 2014, the Supreme Court unanimously held that “a credible threat of enforcement” is a sufficient threat of injury to establish standing in a First Amendment case when bringing a “pre-enforcement” challenge.
In the case Susan B. Anthony List v. Driehaus, the United States Supreme Court held that “a credible threat of enforcement” is a sufficient threat of injury to establish standing in a First Amendment case when bringing a “pre-enforcement” challenge.
The Supreme Court will hear argument tomorrow in Susan B. Anthony List v. Driehaus.
Media Coalition Executive Director David Horowitz discusses the importance of the amicus brief in the Supreme Court case Susan B. Anthony List v. Driehaus.
A broad range of media organizations, booksellers, librarians, and publishers, submitted a friend-of-the-court brief in Susan B. Anthony List v. Driehaus.