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Ruth GrimsleyThis Diary contains the self moderated personal thoughts of Sheffield`s Bard of Broomhill - Ruth Grimsley. The website editor and Words & Things Group do not always endorse her opinions or any other persons who may wish to contribute.

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Viewing messages 800 to 791.
800 - Mr Braveheart Adebambo
Which would have been exactly what should have happened. The project was a disgrace from beginning to end
4 March 2018

799 - Mr Justice Fingers
Mr Adebambo, may I respectfully remind you that I am not a lay magistrate, and you are not my legally qualified court clerk I understand the law, and apply it: and you are employed to assist me in practical matters, for example, keeping order in court. And reminding me where I left my wig. And if I had left the loss to lie where it fell, Benedict Biggington-Bigg, who invented the app, would get nothing for his invention.
4 March 2018

798 - Mr Braveheart Adebambo
No action can arise from a disgraceful cause. And iParentals was an utter disgrace. I have told you before that in Nigeria we retain corporal punishment for naughty children, and quite right too. And I would strongly have advised you to make no order in this case and that the loss should accordingly have lain where it fell
4 March 2018

797 - Mr Justice Fingers
Er...remind me what that means, please
3 March 2018

796 - Mr Braveheart Adebambo
No, my Lord, emphatically I do not The whole matter should have been thrown out under the maxim "ex turpi causa non oritur actio"
3 March 2018

795 - Mr Justice Fingers
Well, Ruth, I have to say that I am rather disappointed that the matter did not come before me From the legal point of view it was fascinating. The effect of the Nemo Dat rule on Intellectual Property rights has never to my knowledge come to the attention of the Courts. Don't you think so, Mr Adebambo?
3 March 2018 - Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London

794 - Ruth Grimsley
Well, we'll leave Duty and Harvey debating about costs, in the firm expectation that they will sort something out that keeps them happy. Anyway, it's a good thing that this case is to be settled without going to court.. We don't want this one ending up there, because legally it's complex, although in practical terms it was simple.
3 March 2018 - Dovedale Ward, Sheffield

793 - Harvey Finesteinberg
Always it's COSTS that constitute the sticking point. Always...
2 March 2018

792 - Ms Duty Solicitor
Absolutely not as to costs, Harvey. We both know that thar's crucial Sir Vlad to pay MY costs, if you please
2 March 2018

791 - Ruth Grimsley
What problem?
20 January 2018

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