Rundfunk- und Presserecht/Veranstaltungsrecht/Schutz von Persönlichkeitsrechten
[Personality Rights / Broadcasting and Press Rights / Law of Events]
Ed. by Wandtke, Artur-Axel
Rev. by Boksanyi, Sabine / Dietz, Claire / Ehrhardt, Jan / et al.
Red. Wöhrn, Kirsten-Inger
Aims and Scope
A significant issue regulated under media law is the protection of personality rights and its forms of manifestation. Politicians and celebrities are increasing exposed to a level of publicity in the media that crosses the line of what is permissible. The cases involving Jörg Kachelmann and Caroline von Hannover are representative of the conflict that exists between the rights of the press / freedom of speech and the protection of personality rights. The fourth volume contains contributions not only on the protection of images and young persons but also essays which tackle issues related to press law, broadcasting law, sports law and theatre law. In addition, claims under press law are systematically presented.
- Approx. xxiv, 476 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Specialist Text
- Communication/Law; Copyright Law
- Attorneys, Judges, Public Prosecutors, Media Companies, Editors, Journalists, Press Offices, PR and Advertising Agencies, Scholars, Institutions, Libraries.