Say not the struggle naught availeth; The labor and the wounds are vain; The enemy faints not, nor faileth; And as things have been they remain.
— Arthur Hugh Clough
IS THERE nobility in continuing to fight an uphill battle?
After 12 years of legal battles, from the lower to the upper courts, to facing an expected losing verdict at the Supreme Court, is it still worth putting up the fight?
Philippe Karsenty would argue, unequivocally, yes.
He should know. He’s been battling defamation and libel charges at the French courts since 2002.