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17 Oct 2016, 12:25 am
See Horton v Henry, below.CASESRoocroft v Ball [2016] EWCA Civ 1009 (14 October 2016)Appeal against order dismissing application to set aside settlement on grounds of non-disclosure by deceased former civil partner. [read post]
29 May 2019, 12:22 pm
  As summarized by Henry Carr J, "a failure to clear the way is a material factor in cases where irreparable harm to both parties is evenly balanced". [read post]
2 Mar 2015, 2:43 pm
No muesli mix-up likely in the world where rabbits reignSupreme Petfoods Ltd v Henry Bell & Co (Grantham) Ltd [2015] EWHC 256 (Ch) is another blockbuster judgment from Mr Justice Arnold in the High Court, Chancery Division, England and Wales. [read post]
13 Jun 2012, 4:32 am by Legal Beagle
The case of Tods Murray v Arakin and Mr McNamara’s position as a “Vexatious Litigant” featured in the Sunday Herald :  A-courting we will go ... [read post]
1 Jan 2013, 7:13 pm by Jeff Gamso
* * * * *I could put the Once More Into the Breach speech from Henry V here, but I've done that before (and it turns out that I've used the term a whole bunch of times in the titles of posts). [read post]
24 Jun 2010, 5:00 am by Kevin
(The most famous example is Agincourt, a battle that Henry V won in 1415 and is still going on about.)   [read post]
26 Dec 2016, 12:14 pm by Cindy Cohn and Karen Gullo
Nevertheless, it took the "flood" of the Snowden revelations seven years later to move the ball forward in a significant way including the end of the telephone records program, greatly increased corporate use of encryption to protect users and even baby steps toward protecting foreigners abroad. [read post]
3 Sep 2018, 5:29 pm by Chuck Cosson
  Intuition can be illustrated in sports:  a batter in baseball, or a kicker in rugby, will at some point make contact with the ball and know, with 100% certainty, whether the ball will reach its intended direction or distance. [read post]
19 Feb 2020, 11:25 pm by Guest
The counsel for the Carbolic Smoke Ball Company (Herbert Asquith QC who later went on to become the British Prime Minister appeared in the lower court) astutely argued that unless the person consuming the smoke ball notified the company and the company accepted that person’s offer, there could be no binding agreement (Charles Dickens’s son Henry Dickens QC appeared for the claimant). [read post]