Checkout’s legal case returns to court

Checkout’s legal case returns to court

A legal dispute between The Chaser’s Julian Morrow and producers CJZ will return to court next week, five years after ABC’s cancellation The cashier.

The case, first revealed by TV tonight in 2019, centered around a fallout between former business partners, after CJZ transferred a 50% stake in a Watch joint venture company in Giant Dwarf, under the direction The Chaseris Julian Morrow.

CJZ’s Nick Murray alleged that Giant Dwarf was deceptive and misleading about plans with ABC in March 2019 for an extra series of the show, when Cordell Jigsaw was discussing his potential sale of a stake in the joint venture for $50. Giant Dwarf she claimed that CJZ violated her contract by preventing her from making another series and demanded compensation.

The case went to court after Morrow sued CJZ producer Nick Murray, accusing him of sending defamatory emails to ABC.

The case concluded in 2022 with a result of misconduct, misrepresentation against Morrow with his companies having to pay $760,000 in damages to CJZ, but with a $35,000 defamation award in favor of Morrow.

But The Australian reports it CJZ’s Nick Murray later launched an appeal that he found he had defamed Morrow when he sent multiple emails with “free comments” to ABC management about his then-collaborator.

Call begins on Monday.