defamation

Despite ending in a confidential settlement, Ian Wishart's six-year defamation case has set precedents

Wishart accepts abject apology, ends long-running legal stoush

Tue 18 Jul 6

Journalist and publisher Ian Wishart is declaring victory in a six-year court case that has set precedents both here and overseas for defamation on social media platforms.

Labour leader Andrew Little had been defending defamation action brought by Scenic’s founders and NBR Rich Listers Earl and Lani Hagaman (photo: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)

Court action back on for Andrew Little

Thu 22 Jun 14

Lani Hagaman speaks exclusively to NBR about her plans to continue pursuing Labour Leader Andrew Little in court.

Colin Craig's antics threatened to eclipse all others in sheer entertainment value

Media Watch: Lowdown on litany of libels

WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 16 Jun 1

Politicians and political institutions are nowadays just as likely to be the ones on the receiving end of a defamation writ. 

Colin Craig

Lowdown on litany of libels

Fri 16 Jun

Politicians and political institutions are nowadays just as likely to be the ones on the receiving end of a defamation writ. 

CrossFit sues exercise industry commentator

Fri 9 Jun

CrossFit crossed fitness instructor claiming CrossFit is unfit for fitness.

Trends Publishing challenges High Court ruling on separate classes of creditors

Fri 5 May

Challenging creditors had opposed the compromise to pay out 15 cents in the dollar.

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