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case law

law established by following judicial decisions given in earlier cases
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To learn more about the European trademark case law information available through Thomson CompuMark, stop by booth # 123 at INTA, the International Trademark Association Annual Meeting, taking place in Washington D.
For instance, there's nothing I could find that told me how far back the database of Illinois case law reached (though I did find unpublished cases within my search results).
The Court held that the resulting body of case law put it in a good position to assess the impact of the Muscutt decision.
Nonetheless, the decision remains a cornerstone of current case law addressing privilege claims in these areas.
Among the subjects covered are fiduciary work, case law, regulations and other information related to the fiduciary aspects of investment practice.
We are excited about the opportunity to link the CD Law(R) CD-ROM and Web services with the extensive coverage of Washington case law (1889-1999) offered through the LEXIS(R)-NEXIS(R) online services, the industry-leading SHEPARD'S(R) Citations Service, federal materials such as the United States Code Service (USCS), and other valuable LEXIS-NEXIS content.
Case Law, a dual Listed-winning son of Ahonoora, was formerly at Rossenarra Stud in Co Kilkenny.
And, of course, there are more than one of these legal pyramids, each balanced on a single point of law, but they increasingly overlap each other as they grow larger and more complex layers of case law and policy each year.
Given the current case law, therefore, an ultimate judgment against the HMO is unlikely.
Because of the substantial body of case law on handicap discrimination arising under the Rehabilitation Act, this will probably be true for years to come.
Discrimination: A Guide to the Relevant Case Law, 25th edition is the definitive guide to the case law on discrimination on the grounds of sex, race, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation and age and on equal pay.
Directory of EU case law on merger control; 'the merger brick'.