...system chronicled in one of Charles Dickens' novels. "'Bleak House' comes to mind," she said. "I'm...
Wellington Burt left his heirs $100 million -- with the tiny catch that they had to wait 92 years to collect
In brief writing, state it straight like Hemingway, advises the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals judge
...Those words were not written about this case, see C. Dickens, Bleak House, in 1 Works of Charles Dickens 4–5 (1891), but...
...1977 and several years ago we remarked that it "calls Dickens' Bleak House to mind." 450 F.3d 205, 206 (6th Cir. 2006). At...
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