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Cleary, A&U lose defamation case; barrister awarded $630,000 in damages

Author Phil Cleary and his publisher Allen & Unwin have lost a defamation case and have been ordered to pay $630,000 in damages. The judgement in the Victorian Supreme Court related to passages in Cleary's 2005 book Getting away with Murder, which barrister Dyson Hore-Lacey said defamed him and harmed his...

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