Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Poetic Bankruptcy Justice

“Every once in a great while a bankruptcy court opinion is published that’s as entertaining as it is instructive,” a Law.com article yesterday morning by John Gough begins. He relates the entire ruling in his article, ending with “It has been well said that: ‘To gild refined gold, paint a lily… is wasteful.. excess.’ (Shakespeare, King John) So the writer will do neither.”

His honor’s a poet and now we all know it, but beyond that we’ve nothing to say.

Southern District Florida’s decision

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