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A law to make an innocent person apologise for something they are not guilty of

Online abuse (and now, more frequently, mobile phone based abuse) is a terrible thing. It ranges from the poison pen on steroids to far more serious, malicious, pernicious behaviour. 898 more words

Irish Law

Injunctions aren’t stopping the Injections

This article was originally featured on TheCorsairOnline on May 27, 2015.

In Los Angeles, smoking pot is as common as breathing oxygen. It’s the preferred recreational drug here in California from walking along Venice beach to the homes of banal citizens. 816 more words


Case in brief: The New South Wales Netball Association Ltd v Probuild Constructions (Aust) Pty Ltd [2015] NSWSC 408

Application for an interlocutory injunction to restrain the adjudication of a payment claim dismissed

In the Supreme Court of New South Wales decision of The New South Wales Netball Association Ltd v Probuild Constructions (Aust) Pty Ltd… 359 more words

Security Of Payment

[UPDATED] Case in brief: Lend Lease Services Pty Ltd v Sugar Australia Pty Ltd [2014] VSC 476

Please note that this decision was overturned in Sugar Australia Pty Ltd v Lend Lease Services Pty Ltd  VSCA 98.  See my summary of the Court of Appeal decision here. 464 more words


The Pen and The Sword

I love and loathe the law in equal respect and often for the same reasons. More often than not, the judicial system is quite clear on the confines in which we as a society must act. 986 more words

Current Events

The Only Loser is Democracy

It must be great to own the news. Not necessarily be the news, but own it. Own the channels of distribution that give the public their knowledge, and in doing so, be the de facto gate-keeper that decides what knowledge becomes public in the first place. 988 more words

Current Events

Diet, Injections, and Injunctions

This week on Truthstream News:

You may have thought it sucked that California’s Senate advanced a bill to do away with personal belief objections to vaccines, but at the national level, Florida Rep. 318 more words