MinRes ramps up legal action against tweeter
Mineral Resources has landed an early blow in its legal fight with Airguide executive Michael Langford over tweets Langford made casting doubt on the quality of lithium ore from MinRes' Wodgina mine.
The Australian Financial Review reports the Federal Court has ordered Langford to provide more details on his defence in an action started by MinRes over his tweets.
MinRes wants a declaration that Langord, who uses the Twitter handle @ML_Super-Ninja engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct, or conduct likely to mislead or deceive in contravention of the Australian Consumer Act and the Corporations Act.
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