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Entries for 2009

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12
Sep 2009
The Law Travails of Theoren Fleury

The Law Travails of Theoren Fleury

Theoren Fleury the hockey player is also Theoren Wallace Fleury, defendant in a messy family law action, Fleury v Fleury.

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30
Apr 2009

Fritz Haber: War Criminal

Because the concept of private liability for war crimes was only developing, Fritz Haber was never prosecuted for war crimes.

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25
Aug 2009
Hockey Ownership, Like Sausages, ‘tis Better Not to See Them Being Made

Hockey Ownership, Like Sausages, ‘tis Better Not to See Them Being Made

Old boys clubs, money, hoity-toity lawyers, a sexy NHL hockey team for sale (Vancouver Canucks), and a hot squabble, make for a strange brew in the law reports.

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07
Oct 2009
Gretzky Law

Gretzky Law

The recent Phoenix Coyotes debacle, in which he left behind his job, is not the only time Wayne Gretzky has had to leave from the side exit of a courtroom.

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14
Oct 2009

The Death of the Common Law: Expiry date, 2100

Just about now, but for the economic might of the United States of America, the last funeral bell tolls of the common law would be fading.

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25
Jul 2009

02
Apr 2009

Deadly Anachronism: Back To The Afghan Future?

Bad law can be quaint and amusing except when the strong, rank odor is new and deadly to women.

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28
Feb 2009

Voodoo Sarkozy

What's the point of having a President if you can't "poke" fun at him?

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05
Dec 2009
Funniest Lawyer Christmas Cartoons of All-Time

Funniest Lawyer Christmas Cartoons of All-Time

A set of colors, a pen, a season, an itch against lawyers and all kinds of libellous professional Hell breaks loose.

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02
Jan 2009

Law Professor Killed By His Own Justice

Only with nausea can one fathom that Nizar Rayan was a professor of law.

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