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be interesting to see the details of the email.The sheer fact that he apologised makes me wonder if there was defamatory comments made.I suspect there was.
 
really? sounds like you have already made a judgment.

They are two competing companies.Im just looking at the facts of the matter so far.Wilks is more established.Hes obviously richer so can afford a better quality of lawyer.He can afford to tie this up in litigation.If he wins his case against the IPF he will destroy APU completely.
 

WoodyAllen

Well-known member
really? Gerry does the law come down to money and good lawyers? what is a good lawyer?


Of course it does.

Trump.
Exxon Valdez.
BP oil spill
Koch brothers
OJ
Any white redneck that shoots a black boy
Any white college kid who plays football and rapes a girl
etc
 

WoodyAllen

Well-known member
be interesting to see the details of the email.The sheer fact that he apologised makes me wonder if there was defamatory comments made.I suspect there was.


It would be interesting to see what was said.

As an aside, to successfully sue for defamation is difficult. You have to be "famous" (e.g. Rebel Wilson's case) and be able to prove that your reputation was harmed. For your average person, your reputation aint worth much. If no one in the general population (particularly the powerlifting community) has no idea what was said, any compensation (if found guilty) would be minimal.
 

spartacus

Well-known member
ok, you guys have said it all. money rules the law. I disagree. I won a case in Melbourne's magistrates court representing myself against a barrister and solicitor.
 

spartacus

Well-known member
It would be interesting to see what was said.

As an aside, to successfully sue for defamation is difficult. You have to be "famous" (e.g. Rebel Wilson's case) and be able to prove that your reputation was harmed. For your average person, your reputation aint worth much. If no one in the general population (particularly the powerlifting community) has no idea what was said, any compensation (if found guilty) would be minimal.

wow, I agree with you.
 
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Stiffy

Guest
ok, you guys have said it all. money rules the law. I disagree. I won a case in Melbourne's magistrates court representing myself against a barrister and solicitor.

Wow. I couldn't believe you got off that indecent exposure charge. Nice work mate!
 
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