Essendon obtains costs order from Hal Hunter

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In the drawn out process leading to a decision as to whether Hal Hunter decides to sue the Essendon Football Club or the AFL or both (or neither), the Victorian Supreme Court made a formal costs order against Hunter in favour of Essendon in respect of an interlocutory matter. At this stage, the parties have been involved in just the one specific legal issue for nearly 18 months: that of pre-action discovery.

Period14 Mar 2016

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  • TitleEssendon obtains costs order from Hal Hunter
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletLaw and Justice – La Trobe Law School Blog
    Media typePrint
    Duration/Length/Size2 Pages
    CountryAustralia
    Date14/03/16
    DescriptionIn the drawn out process leading to a decision as to whether Hal Hunter decides to sue the Essendon Football Club or the AFL or both (or neither), the Victorian Supreme Court made a formal costs order against Hunter in favour of Essendon in respect of an interlocutory matter. At this stage, the parties have been involved in just the one specific legal issue for nearly 18 months: that of pre-action discovery.
    Producer/AuthorAllistar Twigg & Catherine Ordway
    PersonsCatherine Ordway