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MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 16 Sep 2019

The ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry: What it means for the advertising industry

The ACCC is concerned about the state of competition in the digital advertising industry. That means that everyone in the industry should be

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MARQUE Lawyers | Australia, China | 12 Sep 2019

The turmoils of Gladys Liu raise a genuine question about citizenship

We were premature in thinking that Scott Morrison would be haunted by the image of him cradling a lump of black coal. There's an even better

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MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 9 Sep 2019

Victoria! Get your labour hire licence applications in.

As the labour hire licensing trend continues to sweep the nation, a friendly reminder for Victorian labour hire providers that your licence

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MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 6 Sep 2019

Judge affirms Daily Telegraph's right to say Rush defamation judgment was wrong

The latest instalment in the Geoffrey Rush defamation case upholds publishers' ability to criticise defamation judgments, even after they lose a case

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MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 3 Sep 2019

Is this another death blow to press freedom in Australia?

Two relatively safe things to say about Dr Chau Chak Wing are that he is very rich and very litigious. He has this year taken down The Sydney Morning

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MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 3 Sep 2019

How the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry affects your business

The ACCC's Digital Platforms Inquiry was intended to focus on the impact of Google and Facebook on competition in news and advertising. The final

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MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 30 Aug 2019

Will the religious freedom bill protect future Folaus?

The Great Religious Freedom Bills have arrived. For 118 years, our freedom to believe whatever we like -- and practise those beliefs as we wish --

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MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 29 Aug 2019

The defamation truth defence is under fire

Businessman Chau Chak Wing is suing the ABC and Fairfax over a 4 Corners story in 2017 which suggested that he was a spy for China and the CCP and

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MARQUE Lawyers | Australia | 27 Aug 2019

The anarchists are in the building

After George Pell, high-profile people have signed out from the police, the courts, the jury system, the burden of proof and the entire rule of law

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MARQUE Lawyers | USA, Australia | 26 Aug 2019

Ninja defamed?

This month's big blow-up in the eSports world involved star player Ninja', popular online gaming platform Twitch, and some ... Ahhemm... "Adult

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