The Law’s an Ass

Media lawyers in Africa might operate in an environment of learning, but legal progress is lagging way behind movements in commerce and technology. Mark Rosin argues the law cannot be a donkey amongst thoroughbreds.

Censorship or Classification?

In January a ruling was made requiring FHM, GQ and Cosmopolitan not to be sold to persons under 18. Mark Rosin explains why an appeal overturned the decision.

So Sue Me

Everybody thinks that success in the case will make them rich, compensating for their reputation and dignity being in tatters after the publication of a defamatory or injurious story. Suing for defamation however, might end up costing the plaintiff a whole lot more than its worth. Mark Rosin looks at one of the highest awards ever for damages, and it doesn't come to all that much.

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