Accusations of bias. Witness X revealed. Tactical ploys ahead of special damages. This thing is far from done.
Outside court, Eryn Jean Norvill, decked in purple, said she stood by her evidence at trial and called for change in her industry.
Mark Latham is facing another defamation case after tweeting about a UNSW student incorrectly suspected of plotting a terror attack. The result could be far-reaching.
It's very unlikely former Don Dale detainee Dylan Voller will win this one, but we should all be watching closely.
When can you call a person "racist"? And what stops news outlets and politicians from doing it even in the more obvious cases?
Australian politicians have a track record of trying to restore their reputations through the courts, and this year has been no exception.
The defamation action brought by Osman Faruqi has been settled, landing Mark Latham with an expected six-figure bill. Is this "lawfare", or a successful stand against "public denigration"?
Australia's idiotic defamation laws will be put to work once again, but what is really left to be gained here?