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case law

law established by following judicial decisions given in earlier cases
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However, current legal scholarship fails to address the distinction that the caselaw only addresses one specific category of certification marks--indications of regional origin.
Typical examples from caselaw involve, for example a contract to do something perfectly legal, such as build a reservoir, which as a result of wartime regulations becomes unlawful, prohibited and therefore frustrated.
A review of caselaw offers some powers that can be given to trust protectors and the risks and benefits of particular powers.
While truly capricious decisionmaking in this sense is no doubt uncommon, it does exist; the caselaw contains examples.
Notes and questions sections have been expanded and updated, and this edition has been revised and updated to reflect developments in liability, property, and life and health insurance, such as new caselaw about property insurance and recent mass disasters, new cases relating to automobile insurance and the innocent co-insured in property insurance contexts, new material on business interruption insurance, updated cases on causation and accident, and new treatment of regulation.
The multitudes of them who do not appear on primetime television or do frontline cases in the Supreme Court, are probably toiling hard in mofussil towns, district courts, poring over mounds of papers and spending hours with clients to ascertain facts in order to plead their cases, navigating through arcane legal procedures and caselaw reports, in order to eke out a living.
The existing caselaw and authorities seem to suggest that freedom of conscience and freedom of religion can be separate and should not be conflated.
s comprehensive Caselaw Catalog,' summarizing more than 8,500 federal court decisions that address issues in detention and corrections.
predominate the pre-McNally caselaw and do not believe that this
The judges in the majority, with the purest of intentions, have instead produced a runaway plan that imposes an extreme redistricting scheme for the Texas House of Representatives, untethered to the applicable caselaw," Smith wrote.
1) At that time, I wrote that plugging a case citation into Google's search engine was apt to bring back a copy of the case from one of the then upstart caselaw databases.
Laudan also experiences problems in his use of caselaw, which upon inspection can turn out to be seriously flawed.