Tag Archives: litigation

Saving legal costs: DIY ‘discovery’

It’s a sad fact of life that ISPs and telcos sometimes end up in court cases.  The saddest fact of all is the legal bill that’s usually involved. From a lawyer’s perspective, there’s a lot that clients can do to … Continue reading

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Turning up the heat on premium mobile service providers

We’ve previously talked about premium mobile services being a regulatory hotspot for 2009.   We’ve got the ACCC getting cranky about it, a proposed new code from the Comms Alliance and ACMA beating up mBlox and TMG Asia Pacific. In a … Continue reading

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Court allows service of legal documents via Facebook

An ACT court has allowed court documents to be served on two defendants through a notification posted on their Facebook pages. Although court documents must normally be delivered in defined ‘traditional’ ways like personally or by post, it sometimes happens … Continue reading

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