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NSW Police Officer Awarded Damages For Psychological Injuries Stemming From Allegations Of Police Corruption
In the recent case of Reeves v State of New South Wales [2010] NSWSC 611, the Supreme Court of New South Wales held that the Police Force of New South Wales (Police Force) owed the plaintiff, Mr Reeves, a duty of care and awarded general damages of $150,000 as well as damages for past and future economic losses calculated to the age of 65. Mr Reeves’ psychological injury was the result of his police work in the mid 1990s during, and in the aftermath of, the 1995 Wood Royal Commission into the NS
Australia
30 Sep 2010
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Lawsy, The "Beer-Bellied Buffoon" And A Judgment For Defamation
A majority of the High Court has recently affirmed the general test for defamation, namely whether an ordinary reasonable person would think less of a plaintiff because of what has been said about him or her, applies to all aspects of a person's reputation, including business reputation.
Australia
4 Sep 2009
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Federal Court Grants Injunction Against Conduct And Abuse On Picket Line
A recent decision of the Federal Court of Australia highlights the extent to which certain behaviour on a picket line, such as public urination and damaging property, will be deemed unacceptable, and steps that an employer can take to stop that behaviour.
Australia
29 Jun 2009
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