New York Times Story: Missing Apostrophe in Facebook Post Lands a Man in Defamation Court

Defamation law has become an increasingly active legal practice area within Australia. Our special counsel, Barrie Goldsmith, has a specific focus on assisting individuals, companies and associations with navigating defamation claims.

Barrie’s expertise in the area of defamation law has been recognised by the New York Times as they sought his comments in their recent article about defamation law in Australia and the United States. We link the article, which focused on a missing apostrophe landing a man in defamation court. It was published on 12 October 2021 and can be found here:

If you or your business has been subjected to harm as a result of false statements being made about you, contact Rostron Carlyle Rojas Lawyers today at (02) 9307 8900 or [email protected] to discuss your matter.



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