- 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
- Strip club owner is no brothel madam: Hardie v Herald & Weekly Times  VSCA 103
- Barrister’s internet defamation: He fought the law and the law won: Dods v McDonald  VSC 201
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In England, Frankie Boyle is a controversial Scottish comedian who swears a lot, grows fuzzy red beards and gets in trouble because he doesn’t know when he has crossed the line. While he would have been happy to have been … Continue reading
With the 2012 AFL Grand Final only a few days away, and the writer’s team, Hawthorn, playing off for the title against the Sydney Swans, it is about time this blog found a way to weave the mighty Hawks into … Continue reading
Hobart Mercury’s Sleazy Campaign Yields Record Damages: Gunston v Davies Brothers Ltd  TASSC 15
Andrew Gunston was a policeman in Tasmania whojoined the Force in 1982. On the night of 12 October 2001, while off duty, he went to the Queenstown’s Empire Hotel for a drink. Or a few drinks. And a game of … Continue reading
In a BRW 2002 edition, Ross Palmer was listed as being worth $180 million. On 10 June 2009, the Brisbane Courier-Mail published an article in its gossip column, “City Beat”. The article said this: “Downsized On a quiet day yesterday … Continue reading
For those who follow the AFL, Before the Game is a well-known television show on Channel Ten that precedes each Saturday night’s match and has done so for many years. On its panel are a range of football journalists and … Continue reading