Coble Presents at Media Law Conference
Some of the topics the panel covered included entering private property and collecting private information, acquiring documents and other property, recording phone calls, conversations, meetings and hearings, and dealing with and protecting confidential sources.
Charles has experience in communications and media law, primarily in representing broadcast and print clients in First Amendment and other media litigation. He has successfully represented clients by defending charges of libel, defamation, and privacy claims; prosecuting Open Meetings Law, Public Records Act, and courtroom access cases and claims; and resisting subpoenas directed to reporters and media organizations. Charles authors Brooks Pierce’s Newsroom Law Blog and regularly speaks to journalists, public officials, students, and practitioners on these topics.