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The nuisance of the proprietary interest : Lord Cooke's dissent in Hunter v Canary Wharf Ltd (1997) AC 655 / Neal Geach Re-establishing the search for principle : Lord Goff's dissent in White v Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police (1999) 2 AC 455 / Neal Geach Loss of chance : Lord Hope's dissent in George v Scott (2005) UKHL 2 / Rebecca Gore Do corporations have an immortal part? : The need to prove damage in corporate libel : Baroness Hale's dissent in Jameel v Wall Street Journal Europe SPRL (2006) UKHL 44 / Neal Geach Upholding contractual intentions : Lord Denning's dissent in Scruttons Ltd v Midland Silicones Ltd (1962) AC 446 / Catharine MacMillan A defence of commercial certainty in the wake of judicial pragmatism : Lord Bingham's dissent in Golden Strait Corpn v Nippon Yusen Kubishika Kaisha (The Golden Victory) (2007) UKHL 12 / Christopher Monaghan Through the looking-glass and what Alice found there : Lord Morton's dissent in Scottish Insurance Corporation v Wilsons & Clyde Coal Company Limited (1949) AC 462 / Charles Wild and Stuart Weinstein Removal of directors : Lord Morris' dissent in Bushell v Faith (1970) AC 1099 / Fang Ma Fiduciary conduct : a tailored application : Lord Upjohn's dissent in Boardman v Phipp (1967) 2 AC 46 / Tara Dugdale The banker's perspective : Lord Millett's dissent in Twinsectra Ltd v Yardley (2002) UKHL 12, (2002) 2 AC 164 / Christopher Kirkbride Discounting fiscal privilege : a more charitable solution to the public benefit question : Lord MacDermott's dissent in Oppenheim v Tobacco Securities Trust Co Ltd (1951) AC 297 / Tara Dugdale and Neal Geach Taking a witch's brew and making a consommé : Lord Neuberger's dissent in Stack v Dowden (2007) UKHL 17, (2007) 2 AC 432 / Christopher Kirkbride Show me the president! : Prerogative powers and the protection of the fundamental right not to be exiled : Lord Mance's dissent in R (Bancoult) v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (No 2) (2008) UKHL 61 / Christopher Monaghan Contracting out of the Human rights act of 1998 : Lord Bingham's and Baroness Hale's dissents in YL v Birmingham City Council and Others (Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs Intervening) (2007) UKHL 27 / Christopher Costigan Restricting the meaning of 'appropriation' under the Theft act of 1968 : a cool, calm and rational approach to the issue of 'stealing' a perfectly valid gift : Lord Hobhouse's dissent in R v Hinks (2000) UKHL 53, (2001) 2 AC 241 / Christopher Monaghan How far is too far? : The extent to which consent is a defence to non-fatal offences against the person : Lord Mustill's dissent in R v Brown (1994) 1 AC 212 / Tasmin Malcolm Protecting the secret deliberations of the jury in the interests of efficiency : has the law 'lost its moral underpinning'? : Lord Steyn's dissent in R v Mirza; R v Connor and Rollock (2004) UKHL 2, (2004) 1 AC 1118 / Nicola Monaghan Restricting compensation for miscarriages of justice to the truly innocent : Lord Judge's and Lord Brown's dissent in R (on the application of Adams) v Secretary of State for Justice; Re MacDermott; Re McCartney (2011) UKSC 18 / Nicola Monaghan and Tasmin Malcolm 'Three generations of imbeciles are enough' : the eugenics case : Justice Butler's dissent in Buck v Bell, 274 US 200 (1927) / Stuart Weinstein and Charles Wild.
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