Participated in an amicus brief (with the Reporters Committee and other amici) filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Lokhova v. Halper. This case concerns a defamation action by Svetlana Lokhova, a Russian-born graduate student, against several national print and broadcast outlets (collectively, the “News Organizations”) and Stefan Halper. The district court dismissed most of Lokhova’s defamation claims as time-barred under the one-year statute of limitations. The amicus brief is in support of the News Organizations. It argues that Lokhova’s claims stemming from hyperlinked articles are indeed time-barred. Specifically, it argues that the single-publication rule applies to Internet publishing and that the republication exception to the single-publication rule does not apply to hyperlinks.