Al Girardi, a defence attorney who specialises in internet and telecoms privacy, sees this, along with the Jones case, as a "watershed" moment.
Popham ruled that assumpsit claims were valid, a decision called a "watershed" moment in English law, with archaic and outdated principles being overwritten by the modern and effective assumpsit, which soon became the main course of action in contract cases.
Ibbetson considers Slade's Case to be a "watershed" moment, in which the archaic and conservative form of law was overwritten by a modern, more efficient method.
This resignation was the "watershed" moment in Hoyle's career, after which he was only a maverick outsider pushing fringe claims.
He told ITV Daybreak that the convictions last week of Gary Dobson, 36, and David Norris, 35, for the murder of 18-year-old Stephen had been a "watershed" moment for him.
They are always proposing faked-up watershed moments, yet they are incapable of delivering answers.
Ralph Reed, executive director of the Christian Coalition and a major force behind the proposed ban, called the current debate a "watershed" moment.
The 64-color box was called "a watershed" moment in the history of the Crayola crayon by Smithsonian National Museum of American History curator David Shayt.
The Guardian described the tape as the "smoking gun"-"the final, incontrovertible proof of Serbia's part in the Srebrenica massacres"-while The New York Times called the airing of the tape on Serbian television a "watershed" moment for the country.
Mr Griffin declared the election would be a "watershed" moment for his party.