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High profile case highlights potential risks in defamation proceedings

The Federal Court of Australia recently handed down its decision in the defamation proceedings brought by Ben Roberts-Smith against various media outlets and journalists. The high-profile cases attracted significant public and media attention. In the proceedings, Mr. Roberts-Smith alleged that various publications communicated imputations (meanings) concerning unlawful and unethical conduct in the course of his

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Pakistan court says Khan arrest legal as party ponders next move | Imran Khan News

A court in Pakistan has ruled the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan legally as protests erupted across the country after he was taken into custody in the capital Islamabad. The arrest on Tuesday, as Khan appeared in court to face corruption allegations, is the latest twist in a months-long political crisis and follows

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Singh vows NDP won’t back any Liberal back-to-work laws if the public sector strikes tomorrow

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Canadian Politics Canada ‘Never consider that as an option for us, because we’re not going to do that,’ Singh said he told Trudeau Published April 18, 2023 • Last updated 3 days ago • 3 minute read Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh holds a press conference at the University of Saskatchewan.

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Gitxaala First Nation in BC goes to court over automatic mineral rights

The nation based on BC’s northern coast filed a petition for judicial review in October 2021 The British Columbia First Nation challenging the province over an online registry it uses to automatically grant mineral rights is “very hopeful” the BC Supreme Court will side with it following a two-week hearing in Vancouver, its chief councilor

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Harvard Law Review Elects Apsara Iyer as 137th President | News

Apsara A. Iyer, a second-year law student at Harvard Law School, was elected the 137th president of the Harvard Law Review, becoming the first Indian American woman to hold the position. The Law Review, founded in 1887, is among the oldest student-run legal scholarship publications. Previous editors of the organization include Supreme Court Justices Stephen

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Bankrupt FTX threatens legal action to claw back donations to politicians, charities

The new leadership team of bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX.com has threatened legal action against political and charitable organizations that fail to return donations they received when the exchange was led by Sam Bankman-Fried, according to a statement released Sunday. FTX requested the funds be returned by Feb. 28, claiming that they “reserve the right to

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