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6 Jun 2012, 6:18 pm by Buce
 And on this basis, you can understand it as of a piece with the other anti-war play, Henry V--just Henry V carried remorselessly to its logical conclusion.The Ashland Henry V is not exactly a top-of-the-chart presentation: good enough, but you could wish for better. [read post]
6 Jun 2012, 6:18 pm by Buce
 And on this basis, you can understand it as of a piece with the other anti-war play, Henry V--just Henry V carried remorselessly to its logical conclusion.The Ashland Henry V is not exactly a top-of-the-chart presentation: good enough, but you could wish for better. [read post]
26 Jun 2017, 4:40 pm by INFORRM
The Henri Van Breda case (Van Breda v Media 24 Limited and Others [2017] ZASCA 97) has confirmed that cameras in courts are not only here to stay, but that this is mandated by the South African Constitution in order to facilitate open justice and the right of the public to hear and see what goes on in our courts. [read post]
30 Dec 2015, 9:00 pm
”2 Henry Ristuccia and Michael Rossen, “Reputation Risk as a Board Concern,” The Corporate Board (January/February 2015).3 The Conference Board, Reputation Risk: A Corporate Governance Perspective (2007), at p. 22.4 Cornelis A. de Kluyver, “The Board’s Role in Crisis Management,” Corporate Governance v. 1.0.5 PwC’s 2015 Annual Corporate Directors Survey, at p. 30.6 Rebekah Mintzer, “1 in 5… [read post]
28 Jan 2019, 8:29 am by Michael R. McDonald and Genna A. Conti
The two prior decisions in this matter, addressing the issue of who should decide whether an agreement permits class arbitration, align well with the United States Supreme Court’s January 9, 2019 holding in Henry Schein, Inc. v. [read post]
29 May 2019, 12:22 pm
  If the defendant "knew the risk and decided it was best not to remove it" then that is a factor in favor of maintaining the status quo and granting an injunction (see Aldous LJ in SmithKline Beecham v Apotex [2003] FSR 31 at [40]; see also Arnold J in Warner-Lambert v Actavis [2015] EWHC 72 at [133]). [read post]
27 May 2014, 12:12 am by John Diekman
Relevant evidence includes a prior attack, the dog's tendency to growl, snap, or bare its teeth, the manner in which the dog was restrained, the fact that the dog was kept as a guard dog, and a proclivity to act in a way that puts others at risk of harmCase:  Henry v. [read post]