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Glade No. 1, 2, 3, 4, and… Chanel No. 5?

Recently, a friend and I were watching The Bachelor—I know, I should be ashamed. During one of the commercial breaks, a spot appeared on-screen showing a woman wearing an elegant dress walking through a hallway. She turns into a doorway, … Continue reading

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Three cases, a consultation and… a hero

… that pretty well sums up my posts this week on the Stowe Family Law Blog, which included:No return order did not breach father’s human rights – The ECHR case Royer v Hungary.A few thoughts on the domestic abuse consultation – … Continue reading

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“And the Deposition Goes to the Gentleman in the Blue Pinstripe Suit”

Ronen Avraham & William Hubbard, Procedural Flexibility in Three Dimensions (Unpublished draft, 2018). Jay Tidmarsh A burgeoning procedural literature explores the power of parties to alter the procedural entitlements of the civil-justice system by means of contractual agreement and the … Continue reading

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YES, BUT AS A NAZI, HOW DOES HE COMPARE WITH EVERY* PREVIOUS REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT? Johnny Carson and…

YES, BUT AS A NAZI, HOW DOES HE COMPARE WITH EVERY* PREVIOUS REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT? Johnny Carson and David Letterman Producer Peter Lassally: Trump’s America Reminds Me of What It Was Like Living in Concentration Camp. Curiously though, he’s free to … Continue reading

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