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Encyclopedia > Dean Reynolds
Dean Reynolds
Personal Information
Date of birth January 11, 1963
Nationality English
Career
Professional 1981 - present
2004/5 World Ranking n/a
Best World Ranking 8 (1990/91)
World Championship Best quarter-final (1989)
Highest Break 139

Dean Reynolds (born January 11, 1963) is an English professional snooker player.


He twice reached a ranking final, but lost both times, in the 1990 British Open to Tony Meo and in the 1990 Grand Prix to Steve Davis.


Reynolds has twice been convicted of drink-driving, serving four months in prison after the second offence.


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Printy v. Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc. (3901 words)
Dean Witter finally corrected the error in the February 1993 statement.
Dean Witter has taken the position throughout the country in other arbitrations pursuant to its customer agreements that punitive damages are not available under New York law or any other law.
Dean Witter has stated publicly its view that punitive damages are not available in arbitrations pursuant to its customer agreements.
Lewis B. Freeman v. Dean Witter Reynolds (Florida 12/19/2003) (5653 words)
In this case, under the receiver's theory, Dean Witter would apparently have been required to refuse to make payments that were legal on their face in order to fulfill some "fiduciary duty." We agree with the federal court that these allegations fail to state a cause of action under Florida law.
As to count VII, the count alleging that Dean Witter was negligent in the supervision and retention of Mr.
Based upon the Dean Witter 1997 annual summary statement that appears in our record, it appears that many of these individual claims would not be sufficient in size to invoke the jurisdiction of circuit court and that they would need to be handled individually in county court.
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