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Judge affirms the right of the Daily Telegraph to say Rush defamation judgment was wrong
The ability of a publisher to criticise defamation judgments (even after they lose) was upheld in recent Rush defamation case.
Australia
10 Sep 2019
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The defamation truth defence is under fire
The truth defence in defamation proceedings is becoming increasingly complex and difficult for journalists to make out.
Australia
2 Sep 2019
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Ninja defamed?
This month's blow-up in the eSports world involved star player 'Ninja', online gaming platform Twitch, and - pornography.
Australia
29 Aug 2019
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Why Wendy Dents defamation loss is a win for #metoo
Wendy Dent's defamation claim against Don Burke failed, but the decision leaves the door open for more claims like this.
Australia
5 Jul 2019
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A Submission by End Rape On Campus Australia & Marque Lawyers
The submission is on behalf of rape victim-survivors with a direct experience of section 194K of the Evidence Act 2001.
Australia
 
23 May 2019
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What the Rush defamation decision means for publishers
Here are key points publishers can take from the decision in Geoffrey Rush's defamation claim against The Daily Telegraph.
Australia
17 Apr 2019
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The Singapore Convention on Mediation, easy sailing toward enforceability
The Singapore Convention on Mediation permits most settlement deeds or arrangements to be enforced in signatory states.
Australia
20 Jul 2018
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Defamation Update: Google under fire again
Google tried to argue innocent dissemination in the Trkulja v Google saga, but it's now back to the trial court again.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
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TV station wars, $1 for stake in broadcast towers: compulsory acquisition on default in shareholder agreements
How the Court came to its decision that Seven & Nine only have to pay Ten $1 for its share in TX Australia.
Australia
29 May 2018
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Defamation update: Do not rush into publishing before you have considered your defences
Post-publication fact-finding to support truth of a publication does not count as a qualified privilege defence.
Australia
23 May 2018
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Arb, Med, Arb – Easy as one, two, three?
Arbitration legislation allows an arbitrator to switch to mediation if that is what parties want - with written consent.
Australia
18 May 2018
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Osman Faruqi defamation claim against Mark Latham is not about anti-white racism
Faruqi isn't suing Latham for accusations of anti-white racism - he claims that Latham suggests he encourages terrorism.
Australia
24 Nov 2017
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Defamation Update: The results are in for Google
Once you know, or should reasonably know, that the material is defamatory, then you can be liable for publishing it.
Australia
3 Nov 2017
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What publishers need to know about Rebel Wilsons $4.5M defamation win
Rebel Wilson won her defamation case against the publishers of Woman's Day, over articles calling her a serial liar.
Australia
15 Sep 2017
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This is why open justice is broken
Suppression orders are often too broad, are unclear in their scope and terms and infringe too far on open justice.
Australia
30 Mar 2017
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Power to the people: defamation and online business reviews
A Melbourne dentist is suing a patient for defamation over an online review with a low star rating and a personal attack.
Australia
8 Feb 2017
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Why Mick Gooda should have been disqualified from NT Royal Commission
His public statements indicate that an allegation of perceived prejudgment could be fairly levelled at Mick Gooda.
Australia
19 Aug 2016
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How we can create ‘Arbitration 2.0' right here in Australia.
In 2015, Australia was chosen for only 5 ICC international arbitrations, so we must do more to get in on the action.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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UFC Trial by Brazilian jiu­jitsu – the ultimate form of ADR?
The parties agreed that disputes would be resolved by a fight in three five-minute rounds of points based jiujitsu.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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Pokémon Go – we haven't found Pikachu (yet), but we did find an arbitration clause…
We wondered ('cuz we're lawyers), with all these Pokémon Go related injuries, maybe there will be a class action?
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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