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Biting a hand that might, just a mite, because, well, yes, but not quite

and the “not quite” might result in some lawyer, or even some judge, who ought to, but doesn’t, know better concluding that the “not quite” means that the result of the trial is wrong in law. 2,239 more words

Causation

Silly girl

But I was so young, I didn’t even know me…

My first love,
Unfortunately.
Was a scrawny, insignificant boy,
When it should have,
could have…

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Poetry

Jaensch v Coffey | High Court of Australia | 20 August 1984

ON 20 AUGUST 1984, the High Court of Australia delivered Jaensch v Coffey HCA 52; (1984) 155 CLR 549 (20 August 1984).

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/HCA/1984/52.html

A plaintiff suffered nervous shock when immediately after an accident she saw her injured husband in hospital and was told of the seriousness of his injuries. 454 more words

Solicitor

Securities Arbitration Award Against Detwiler Fenton & Co.

FINRA securities arbitration panel awards over $900,000, including interest and attorneys’ fees, to a customer for claims involving the purchase of RB Acquisition Corp preferred stock .  62 more words

Investor Alert

Pāli Word a Day ~ August 19, 2014

pamāda — carelessness, negligence, indolence, remissness

Eastern Mysticism

No remedy in medical negligence: fault without causation (2)

I’ll outline, in subsequent postings, why, assuming the evidence was as outlined in the Briante v. Vancouver Island Health Authority, 2014 BCSC 1511  reasons, … 223 more words

Causation