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  1. English copyright law, not court rules. Hence no...

    English copyright law, not court rules. Hence no powdered wigs. Plus, burden rest on accuser in Britain too. That's where we took that rule, though I've seen it disregarded in some cases.
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    I've had decks and collections stolen from my...

    I've had decks and collections stolen from my card games. It is impossible to just replace it on a budget. Not to mention the blood sweat and tears you've already put into the painting and building....
  3. Irrelevant. This is an American court, and...

    Irrelevant. This is an American court, and American court rules will be used. Burden of proof ALWAYS rests on the plaintiff. You don't see the lawyers wearing those stupid powdered wigs.
  4. This had been a highly entertaining read. Thanks...

    This had been a highly entertaining read. Thanks for that. There were a couple of points I thought got glossed over or ignored, or were flat misunderstood.

    1) burden of proof means that chs has...
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