- Rebel Wilson’s Perfect Defamation Record: Wilson v Bauer Media Pty Ltd & Anor  VSC 521
- Tweed Shire Mayor gets revenge threefold – Milne v Ell  NSWSC 555
- Melbourne defamation lawyer loses to Google: Defteros v Google LLC & Google Australia Pty Ltd  VSC 158
- Trkulja III not as good as the originals: Google Inc v Trkulja  VSCA 333
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Category Archives: Reciprocal duty-interest
Since Lange in 1998, politicians have no longer been the cornerstones of the defamation lawyer’s practice. The High Court decided that we have an implied right in our constitution to discuss “government and political matter” and so politicians took their … Continue reading
On 10 August 2011, the High Court considered the question of whether qualified privilege attached to a statement (made in April 2005) to the Chairperson of a Committee known as the CMA, that: “it is common knowledge among people [on … Continue reading