About Peter Zablotsky
Admitted to the bars of New York, Pennsylvania, and the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Professor Zablotsky practiced privately in the areas of entertainment law, torts, and products liability law, before entering full-time teaching to serve as coordinator of the Legal Writing and Research Program at New York Law School. He has published in the areas of products liability, torts, civil rights, criminal procedure, and domestic relations. Professor Zablotsky is a member of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. His plays, H. Finn, Esq. and Off the Meter, were produced off-Broadway during the 1997-98 and the 2000-01 theater seasons, respectively.
- Torts I and II
- Entertainment Law
- Products Liability
- Professional Responsibility
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Considering the Libel Trial of Émile Zola in Light of Contemporary Defamation Doctrine Touro Law Review (2012)
Touro Law School's three-day conference on the Dreyfus affair provided an opportunity to re-examine the libel trial Émile Zola. A modern view on tort law is provided to analyze this case as if it unfolded ...