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Nick Krnjevic
Nick Krnjevic
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Jan. 23, 2011
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Down Under Coup
Kevin - I gotta filling you extracted a confession.....
Avons...Under the Table.....follow up
The back-cover of Under the Table indicates that Avon is currently working on a book that examines dishonesty and skulduggery in an unrelated, albeit far more personal area.
Why does Harvard hate bridge?
Congratulations on your well-deserved, hard won success! And I do hope you won't have to go through this process on an annual basis.
Blast from the past?
"What do you mean we paleface?" 2.0 As is set out in detail in Dermot Turing's (nephew of Alan) book X,Y &Z, the bulk of the work that gave rise to the breaking of the Enigma code was done by Polish mathematicians led by Marian Rejewski. The ...
Advanced safety plays
QS pitch on the second problem should you feel the need to eliminate any lingering doubt West may have as to whether he should have played a trump at least 1 trick earlier. Seems the auction should have tipped him off though. South thought his hand got better as the ...
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
Interesting idea Charles, but I think it only partially solves the causation problem. Putting aside procedural obstacles that will arrive in different jurisdictions, collective action might work if we assume that the value of the purely non-pecuniary damages (i.e. the loss of glory, as opposed to loss of future ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
So you've decided not to read the book....
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Avon - Bart actually read the book. Surely you can't expect his views to carry weight with BW posters who are cheerfully prepared to suggest you are clueless without having to go through the bother of following Bart's example.
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
Richard - many jurisdictions do not recognize loss of chance as a basis for establishimg that the defendant’s fault caused the damages claimed by the plaintiff. Instead, per traditional rules of causation, you (plaintiff) have to prove, on the balance of probabilities, that you would have obtained the outcome you ...
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
"I am stripped of my titles?" Richard - I thought Ray was looking for a realistic scenario..........

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