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opinion

Law the advice given by a barrister or counsel on a case submitted to him or her for a view on the legal points involved
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In fact, in May 1991, I published a Gitlin on Divorce Report discussing the Zells Illinois Supreme Court opinion.
Each issue of the report carries court opinions, case summary reports with discussions about the legal issues involved, the nature of the dispute, procedural matters, images and related illustrative matter, and tables of cases listed by both jurisdiction and the legal issues involved in each case.
The circuit court opinion described two policy changes that allowed the hospital to limit patient exposure to competing DME dealers.
Cooley, who was re-elected to his second term in March, said it would be easy to seek an advisory court opinion allowing him and Auerbach to seek re-election beyond the three terms.
The IRS has issued additional Notices of Deficiency covering the years 1985 through 1990 which assert liability for additional taxes based on the same theories as those considered in the Tax Court opinion.
Both the press and, to a lesser extent, the circuit court opinion itself seem to imply that you employed great secrecy in placing the monument in the court building rotunda and that you exceeded your legal authority, perhaps even breaking the law in the process.
Today, this federal court opinion confirms that federal statutes preempt these types of lawsuits.
Justia today announced it has received the Google Enterprise Search Superstar Award for its innovative use of the Google Mini for providing search results for Justia's US Supreme Court opinion database.
In an attempt to overturn an appellate court opinion that county government is not responsible for the safety of a child abused in foster care, a Century City attorney is expected to petition the California Supreme Court today.
1999, the first appellate court opinion to discuss the Sec.
In a follow-up to a case reported on in the July 1991 Legal Scene, the California Supreme Court vacated the appellate court opinion in Union Bank v.
The Alabama Supreme Court Opinion will not become a final, enforceable judgment until certain procedural time periods have elapsed, including a period of fourteen days for the filing of an application for rehearing.