Thursday, November 24, 2011

Handy El Naschie v Nature calendar

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I made this for my own use but maybe readers will find it useful. Mrs. Justice Sharp's ruling is expected in January, 2012.

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8 comments:

  1. El Nschies witness today was Otto Rössler, a well-known crank from Tübingen.

    http://elnaschiewatch.blogspot.com/2011/11/latest-lifeboat-posts-from-otto-rossler.html?showComment=1322246156412#c2174476349992838792

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  2. UPDATE:

    COURT 12
    Before MRS JUSTICE SHARP
    Tuesday, 29th November 2011
    Not before 3 o’clock
    Jury List
    FOR TRIAL
    TLJ/10/1474 El Naschie v MacMillan Publishers Ltd & anr Pt Hd

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  3. And the case goes on. From the Queen's Bench List:

    Before MRS JUSTICE SHARP
    Wednesday, 30th November 2011
    At half past 10
    Jury List
    FOR TRIAL
    TLJ/10/1474 El Naschie v MacMillan Publishers Ltd & anr Pt Hd

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  4. The case continues!

    COURT 12
    Before MRS JUSTICE SHARP
    Thursday, 1st December 2011
    At half past 10
    Jury List
    FOR TRIAL
    TLJ/10/1474 El Naschie v MacMillan Publishers Ltd & anr Pt Hd

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  5. Still going:

    COURT 12
    Before MRS JUSTICE SHARP
    Friday, 2nd December 2011
    At half past 10
    Jury List
    FOR TRIAL
    TLJ/10/1474 El Naschie v MacMillan Publishers Ltd & anr Pt Hd

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  6. The Queen's Bench List for Monday, 5th November has no entry for El Naschie v Nature, so maybe the case is over? We'll keep monitoring it.

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  7. Inforrm's blog reports the court days as follows--

    El-Naschie v Macmillan, heard 11, 14, 16 to 18, 21, 22, 25, 28-30 November, 1 -2 December 2011 (Sharp J)

    and also reports the trial is over:

    The trial in the case of El-Naschie v Macmillan continued before Mrs Justice Sharp last week. The trial has now concluded.

    The judgment is expected in January.

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