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RE: Ash dieback - legal judgements

Subject: RE: Ash dieback - legal judgements
From: Jeremy Barrell
Date: Jan 29 2021 14:12:10
Bianca, thanks for identifying this paper, which is open access so it can be 
downloaded without cost. There is, however, a problem in the title that was 
not correctly identified during the editing process.  Judgment as used in the 
title should be the spelling for the noun, and it has been incorrectly spelt 
'judgement', which is a verb form of the word.  For clarification, a written 
judgment is a specific legal document, and the correct spelling is always 
'judgment'.  The act of assessing information and coming to a view can be 
spelt either way, so 'judgement' or 'judgment'.  I was advised by the 
publisher, Taylor & Francis, that this would be corrected on 26th January,  
but it does not seem to have happened yet, so I can only apologise for their 
inability to administer the process efficiently.

Jeremy


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Subject: Ash dieback - legal judgements [Filed 29 Jan 2021 14:03]

All,

I wondered whether it might be useful to pass on the link to this open access 
(i.e. free) journal paper written by Jeremy Barrell 
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03071375.2020.1854996

"The implications of recent English legal judgements, inquest verdicts, and 
ash dieback disease for the defensibility of tree risk management regimes"

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