The new NSW serious harms test is identical to that in the UK, so could their case law be instructive here?
A closer look at the complex legal issues raised by crowdfunding platforms such as GoFundMe.
An examination of the amendments to section 35, which enacts statutory caps on awards of damages for non-economic loss.
An opinion piece on the contentious New South Wales defamation reforms.
Long-awaited amendments to the Defamation Act 2005 have passed in NSW.
Australia’s defamation laws were written in 2005, when today’s newspaper was tomorrow’s fish-and-chip wrapper. They went out of date almost immediately, so where do we…
Voller judgment makes it clear that businesses can no longer afford to ignore online comments. By ANGUS MACINNIS
The challenge technologies pose for defamation law may be better resolved by adapting existing principles than by special rules for specific circumstances. By NICHOLAS OLSON.
There is an increasing tendency for solicitors to raise accusations of defamation during professional conflict. This brings more heat than light. By ELISSA BAXTER.
Lawyers should be careful to ensure that their social media usage does not breach their professional obligations. By LUCY WILLIAMS and JULIA CLEMENTE.