Tag: Geoffrey Rush

Old Dog Thoughts- US lets loose the Dogs of Law after 6 years but keeps them chained for Tax evaders after the Paradise Papers

Andrew Bolt’s Blog, 12/4/19; Letting loose the Dogs of Law to hound one man; The Daily Telegraph’s eagerness to turn a profit deservedly landed it in court; What the Islamophobic promoters don’t want you to understand;

Geoffrey Rush Has Had Another Pretrial Win In Court Over His Defamation Lawsuit

Journalist Jonathon Moran (right) is being sued by Geoffrey Rush.

The judge in the looming defamation showdown between film star Geoffrey Rush and a News Corp publisher has slammed the media company for its “undeniably unsatisfactory” conduct in the lawsuit thus far.

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Geoffrey Rush And The Newspaper Accused Of Defaming Him Are Arguing About Who Is Liable

Actor Geoffrey Rush.

News Corp is trying to blame their source for their lack of verification

The newspaper accused of defaming Geoffrey Rush says the theatre company that confirmed a complaint had been made about Rush’s alleged “inappropriate behaviour” should also have to pay up if the publisher loses the high profile lawsuit.

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Rushing To Judgement: The Daily Telegraph Versus Geoffrey Rush, Explained – New Matilda

News Corporation is struggling to mount a legal defence to its allegations against actor Geoffrey Rush. And then there’s the chilling effect on the #metoo campaign. Hannah Marshall from Marque Lawyers breaks it down. Things are looking grim for the Daily Telegraph in its defence of Geoffrey Rush’s defamation case. The story of the litigation has taken a very distinct turn in Rush’s favour. That story is a courtroom drama and the protagonists are the barristers, lawyers and the judge. Behind the story of the litigation is another story. One that we won’t hear. That’s the story of what actually happened during the production of King Lear. That’s the one with Geoffrey Rush and Eryn Jean Norvill in it. Not the STC, not their co-stars, not the Tele. No-one else really, truly knows what happened. Only them. By commencing this defamation action, Rush seeks vindication; proof that he did not commit the acts of which he was publicly accused. The legal system tries its very best to provide actual vindication and find actual truth. But often it can’t. Cases like the Rush case make this painfully clear. The judge will make his decision based on the pleadings, which document the parties’ cl

Source: Rushing To Judgement: The Daily Telegraph Versus Geoffrey Rush, Explained – New Matilda

The Daily Telegraph dealt court blow in Geoffrey Rush defamation case

Murdoch’s opinionated press is on the road to failure in its defence of Defamation against Geoffrey Rush. A reminder of just how loose with the facts it’s writers in fact are. How many times has Andrew Bolt been found guilty in similar cases or required to make an unpublicized settlement. Yet another case of David and Goliath it seems. (OD)

The Daily Telegraph dealt court blow in Geoffrey Rush defamation case

Parliament and the STC: What not to do about workplace sexual harassment

And when did we start assuming guilt on the basis of an anonymous and unsubstantiated complaint, while denying the alleged defendant any access to due process and natural justice?

This entire situation stinks like a dead cod left in the sun.

Or, as Shakespeare more eloquently put it:

‘Time shall unfold what plighted cunning hides …’

~ King Lear, Act 1, Scene 1.

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