Doug Anthony All Stars. This article makes reference to two bans, of a book and an album by this comedy / variety group, in the UK circa 1989-1990, with both resulting in court cases. Are there any UK lawyers out there who might locate citations for these court cases, and perhaps include key quotes from judgements in the WP article? hamiltonstone (talk) 22:39, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
Murder - needs cites, could become a GA with a bit of work. Would it be worthwhile to take the knotty legal issues out of this article and instead try to deal with them more clearly (and accurately) in separate articles by jurisdiction? There is significant chat on the talk page but I'm not sure how active it is. Would be willing to help as best I can but need guidance Shayday~enwiki (talk) 03:17, 10 June 2016 (UTC) SH
List of notable United Kingdom House of Lords cases - lots of redlinked cases. What makes a case "landmark"? It might help with the structure of the article. Looking ahead, should there be a separate article for landmark UKSC cases? Or should they be included in this article, in which case the article's name might need changing Shayday~enwiki (talk) 19:10, 19 July 2016 (UTC)
Selective publication – a process by which courts (especially appellate courts) in common-law systems (such as the United States) decide which decisions should be published. If I understand correctly, only published decisions are binding precedent; rules vary as to whether unpublished decisions have persuasive authority, or have no precedential value at all. (draft stub)
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