David Miller, a litigator from Sydney, Australia, helpfully wrote about the workers comp decision from Australia which we discussed last week where an employer was found liable for injuries sustained from a falling chandelier by an employee who was traveling for work and had "wild sex" in her motel room:  

"And now the case is off to our High Court – the equivalent of SCOTUS in the judicial hierarchy – http://www.smh.com.au/national/sex-injury-compo-case-goes-to-the-high-court-20130510-2jdcc.html"

For those scholars who want to conduct further legal research into the factual underpinnings of this fascinating case, a click on the above link is a required first step.