Dead Batteries, Wigs and Opera: The Month So Far in Legal Oddities
Some off-beat legal news from around the globe.
“April is the cruelest month,” wrote T.S. Eliot. Judging from various legal brouhahas sprouting up from Canada to Hungary, this April might also be shaping up to be the craziest month. Here’s a look at some notable legal news from around the globe.
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