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    "I am really and truly pleased that I have been vindicated and that the court has preserved the presumption of innocence."   

    Tom Domican, "colourful" Sydney identity, who provided security services to a Kings Cross drug dealer, after settling for $100,000 his defamation case against nightclub entrepreneur John Ibrahim and Pan Macmillan. September 13, 2019 ... Read more flatulence ... 


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    Entries in Rule of Law Institute (2)

    Wednesday
    Jun062012

    James Hardie and the rule of law brigade

    The Rule of Law Institute had been rooting for upholding the NSW Court of Appeal's decision in the James Hardie directors' case ... Fortunately, the High Court had better ideas about the rule of law ... Strange connections ... Dyse Heydon's comprehensive skewering 

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    Friday
    Dec242010

    The Institutes

    The Rule of Law Institute monitors and lobbies about the powers of ASIC ... It's patron is J.J. Spigelman ... Institute delighted with NSW CA's James Hardie decision ... Law & Development Institute wants the law to help poor countries economically ... Then there's the Australian Academy of Law ... What's happened to the AAL? ... Tom Westbrook investigates

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