Lawyers tend to overwrite. This cannot be said of Judge J.H. Gillis’s opinion in Denny v. Radar Industries, Inc., 184 N.W.2d 289 (Mich. App. 1970), reproduced in its entirety:
The appellant has attempted to distinguish the factual situation in this case from that in Renfroe v. Higgins Rack Coating and Manufacturing Co., Inc. (1969), 17 Mich.App. 259, 169 N.W.2d 326. He didn’t. We couldn’t.
Affirmed. Costs to appellee.
(A nitpicker might suggest replacing “factual situation” with “facts” and striking “in this case.” Otherwise, perfect.)