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Goodsill attorneys provide a wide range of legal services to media clients, which include a major daily newspaper and a network-affiliated television station, as well as various national and international publications and media organizations. Excelling in First Amendment law, Goodsill’s media attorneys are adept at counseling clients on short notice – often before news stories are printed or aired – and acting quickly to protect information gathered by the media. We have successfully litigated numerous courtroom and records access cases, defamation and invasion of privacy disputes, and other First Amendment issues.

The firm draws on the breadth of experience and intelligence of its attorneys to provide a wide range of other services to its media clients. We handle all aspects of sales and other transfers of media businesses, including transactional, tax, antitrust and labor issues. We also handle advertising, employment, licensing and contract issues for our media clients.

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