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- APPLICATIONS TO RECUSE HAVE NO SPECIAL STATUS AND SHOULD BE MADE PROPERLY AND PROMPTLY
- TOO MANY DOCUMENTS SPOIL THE CASE: APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE CONDUCTED PROPORTIONALLY
- NOT ALL WITNESS STATEMENTS SHOULD BE MADE PUBLIC AHEAD OF A TRIAL: THE TIMES HAS TO WAIT
- ACTION WAS STATUTE BARRED AND AN ABUSE OF PROCESS: THE COURT WILL NOT SIMPLY REFEREE WHATEVER GAME A CLAIMANT WANTS TO PLAY
- A SOLICITOR LLP IS NOT A LITIGANT IN PERSON (AND CAN CLAIM FULL COSTS)