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Supreme Court / Job Discrimination / Union Rights / Home Videotaping #284228

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 14, 1982
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(Studio) Supreme Court ruling on use of class action suits in job discrimination cases detailed; court decision on case involving union rights and campaign contributions outlined. Court said promising future hearing and decision on home videotape industry's possible infringement of copyright laws.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Extent of home video recorder industry outlined; "Star Wars" cited as ex.; scenes shown. Basis of Sony Corp.'s appeal to Supreme Court explained; studios' position outlined. [Motion Picture Association president Jack VALENTI - explains studios' stance.] [Mfrs. attorney Charles FERRIS - responds.] Extent of situation considered.
REPORTER: Jeff Greenfield

Greenfield, Jeff;
Rather, Dan

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