Cohen v. Cowles Media Co. (1991)

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  • The Supreme Court in Cohen v. Cowles Media Co. , 501 U.S. 663 (1991), applied the neutrality doctrine to rule that media could be sued for breach of contract for divulging the identity of a confidential source.

    During the 1982 Minnesota gubernatorial campaign, Dan Cohen, who was ...

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