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The case relates to articles detailing alleged sexual misconduct, which Mr Robbins vehemently denies.
Although Buzzfeed is headquartered in New York and most of its audience is in the US, the world-famous life coach initiated proceedings in the High Court in Dublin on Tuesday.
Mr Robbins’ solicitor, Paul Tweed, defended his client’s decision to sue in Ireland.
“My client is entitled to have his name cleared. In my opinion, the Irish courts are just as capable of making that determination as the English courts or the American courts,” he said.
Mr Tweed said Ireland would be the appropriate forum for both sets of proceedings as Twitter’s European headquarters is in Dublin.
“It is totally appropriate that we try to keep everything under one roof,” he added.
The defamation regime in Ireland is much stricter than the US a
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