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Updated and published annually, the Media Law Resource Center and Oxford University Press have partnered to produce valuable, easy-to-use 50-State Survey compendiums of the law in all U.S. jurisdictions, state and federal, that are used by journalists, lawyers and judges, and law schools nationwide. Each state's chapter, prepared by experts in that jurisdiction, is presented in a uniform outline format. Topics covered in Media Libel Law 2012-13 include: Defamatory Meaning, Opinion, Truth/Falsity, Fault, Republication, Privileges, Damages, Motions to Dismiss, Discovery Issues, Trial Issues, Appellate Review, Remedies for Abusive Suits, Retraction, Constitutional/Statutory Provisions, and Summary Judgment.