Henry Jacob Friendly (July 3, 1903 – March 11, 1986) was an American lawyer and jurist best known for his tenure as a circuit judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Friendly
Henry of Austria, known as Henry the Friendly (15 May 1299-3 February 1327) was the son of King Albert I of Germany and Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol. In 1305, Henry was betrothed to his stepniece, Elizabeth of Hungary, the engagement probably being arranged by Agnes, dowager queen of Hungary, who showed great affection for Henry.
Henry of Austria, known as Henry the Friendly (15 May 1299-3 February 1327) was the son of King Albert I of Germany and Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol.. In 1305, Henry was betrothed to his stepniece, Elizabeth of Hungary, the engagement probably being arranged by Agnes, dowager queen of Hungary, who showed great affection for Henry.
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Henry Friendly's life may not excite readers of pulp fiction. However, it was a priviledge for me to have worked for him 60 years ago and witness first hand his accuity, wit and skill at making things complex simple. He said that if there was a 1 cent word available, he always preferred it to 2 or 10 cent words.
- David M. Dorsen
- David M. Dorsen
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Henry The Friendlywas born on month day1299, at birth place, to Konig Albrecht 1 Germanyand Elizabeth of Carinthia, Queen of von Kärnten (born Germany). Konigwas born in July 1255, in Rheinfelden. Elizabethwas born in 1262, in Munich.
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Mar 12, 1986 · Henry J. Friendly, a Federal judge in New York for 27 years and a man with a national reputation for crafting scholarly, well-written legal opinions, died in his Park Avenue apartment in Manhattan...
Nov 18, 2011 · Henry Friendly, who succeeded Judge Harold Medina, was a giant in the fields of constitutional law, administrative law, federal jurisdiction, statutory interpretation, securities law, and trademark law. His 1967 book, Benchmarks, was profoundly thoughtful and covered topics ranging from Erie v. Tompkins and Miranda v.
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