Advertising and Public Relations Law

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Table of Cases
Abbott Laboratories v. Celebrezze, 108-109
A Book Named "John Cleland's Memories of a Woman of Pleasure" v. Attorney General of Massachusetts, 342
Abrams v. U.S., 7, 47
Abramson v. Gonzales, 61
Action for Children's Television v. FCC, 353
Adams Newark Theatre Co. v. Newark, 356
Adolph Coors Co. v. Bentsen, 115
Alexander v. U.S., 351-352
Ali v. Playgirl, 213
Alliance for Community Media v. FCC, 354
Allen v. National Video, Inc., 211-212
American Civil Liberties Union, et al. v. U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, 355
American Geophysical Union v. Texaco, 302-303
American Home Products Corp. v. Johnson & Johnson, 138-139
American Medical Assoc. v. FTC, 94
A Quantity of Books v. Kansas, 340
Anheuser-Busch, Inc., v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 115
Arrington v. New York Times, 239
Associated Press v. Walker, 65
Assoc. of National Advertisers v. Lungren, 132-133
Austin v. Michigan Chamber of Commerce, 53-55
Bantam Books v. Sullivan, 9
Banzhaf v. FCC, 55
Barber v. Time, Inc., 224
Barenblatt v. U.S., 11
Barnes v. Glen Theatre, Inc., 334, 356
Barron v. Mayor of Baltimore, 6
Barry v. Arrow Pontiac, Inc., 131
Basic Books, Inc., v. Kinko's Graphics Corp., 303-304
Bates et al. v. State Bar of Arizona, 28-29, 66, 137, 156
Bauder v. Ralston Purina Co., 184
Bigelow v. Virginia, 23-26, 149-53
Bilney v. Evening Star Newspaper Co., 224
Board of Trustees of State University of New York v. Fox, 37, 153
Bolger v. Youngs Drug Products Corp., 58-59, 68-69, 159-160
Brandenburg v. Ohio, 10
Branzburg v. Hayes, 361-364
Braun v. Soldier of Fortune Magazine, Inc., 176-177
Briscoe v. Reader's Digest Assoc., 226-227
Buckley v. Valeo, 71
Butler v. Michigan, 337
Buffalo Broadcasting Co., Inc., v. American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, 292-293
BV Engineering v. University of California at Los Angeles, 304
C & C Plywood v. Hanson, 70

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