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Quick Win Media Law Ireland

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Quick Win Media Law Ireland

Answers to Your Top 100 Media Law Questions
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QUICK WIN MEDIA LAW IRELAND is aimed at those who work in the media industry seeking quick and practical answers to legal questions they encounter day-to-day. Written for non-lawyers, it will be useful to public relations, advertising, publishing and digital media professionals faced with legal queries arising in their work, as it will be to non-specialist lawyers and their clients when faced with a media-related problem. And students on media-related courses will find a plain English explanation of the legal principles they will learn about in media law modules. QUICK WIN MEDIA LAW IRELAND is divided into six sections: The Irish legal system; Defamation law; Defamation court procedures; Media content regulation; Privacy and data protection; Copyright. QUICK WIN MEDIA LAW IRELAND is designed so that you can dip in and out seeking answers to your top Irish media law questions as they arise. Answers to your queries can be located not only from the contents list but also by using the subject grid at the start of the book and by following the thread of cross-references provided at the end of each Q&A.

QUICK WIN MEDIA LAW IRELAND is aimed at those who work in the media industry seeking quick and practical answers to legal questions they encounter day-to-day. Written for non-lawyers, it will be useful to public relations, advertising, publishing and digital media professionals faced with legal queries arising in their work, as it will be to non-specialist lawyers and their clients when faced with a media-related problem. And students on media-related courses will find a plain English explanation of the legal principles they will learn about in media law modules. QUICK WIN MEDIA LAW IRELAND is divided into six sections: The Irish legal system; Defamation law; Defamation court procedures; Media content regulation; Privacy and data protection; Copyright. QUICK WIN MEDIA LAW IRELAND is designed so that you can dip in and out seeking answers to your top Irish media law questions as they arise. Answers to your queries can be located not only from the contents list but also by using the subject grid at the start of the book and by following the thread of cross-references provided at the end of each Q&A.

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    QUICK WIN MEDIA LAW IRELAND is aimed at those who work in the media industry seeking quick and practical answers to legal questions they encounter day-to-day. Written for non-lawyers, it will be useful to public relations, advertising, publishing and digital media professionals faced with legal queries arising in their work, as it will be to non-specialist lawyers and their clients when faced with a media-related problem. And students on media-related courses will find a plain English explanation of the legal principles they will learn about in media law modules. QUICK WIN MEDIA LAW IRELAND is divided into six sections: The Irish legal system; Defamation law; Defamation court procedures; Media content regulation; Privacy and data protection; Copyright. QUICK WIN MEDIA LAW IRELAND is designed so that you can dip in and out seeking answers to your top Irish media law questions as they arise. Answers to your queries can be located not only from the contents list but also by using the subject grid at the start of the book and by following the thread of cross-references provided at the end of each Q&A.

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  • ANDREA MARTIN is a lawyer with over 23 years' experience and has practiced exclusively in media law since 1998. She worked for a number of years as part of the in-house legal team for Ireland's State broadcaster, RTÉ, before returning to private practice in 2003. She is now a Consultant with the Media Law Group of Eugene F. Collins, Solicitors in Dublin, advising clients from individuals and independent production companies to large corporations in traditional and digital media-related matters. Andrea is in demand as a trainer throughout the media sector in Ireland and is a frequent contributor to radio and television discussions about media law topics.
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