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case law

law established by following judicial decisions given in earlier cases
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Unlike the first requirement, the case law presents the prosecutor with a formidable evidentiary hurdle.
With taxpayers now being motivated to reclassify costs as relating to personal property to avoid the 39-year real property recovery period, the ITC case law was being used by taxpayers to make this reclassification.
Teva strongly disagrees with the FDA's interpretation and believes that there are significant distinctions between the facts surrounding the Pravastatin dismissal and the prior case law.
Relying on case law on the capitalization of financing costs, Fort Howard asserted that there was no nexus between the procurement of the $2 billion in financing with its redemption "other than its temporal and circumstantial property.
Ravel Law's case law data visualisation tool will be integrated into Lexis advance, expanding the platform's current visualization offerings.
Kroll Ontrack has been researching and analyzing salient ediscovery case law for over a decade, and it's clear that ediscovery practices have progressed significantly during that time," explained Lange.
Key Case Law Rules for Government Contract Formation is a specialty reference title directed to government acquisition professionals, and fills a gap in understanding case law and legal decisions as it applies to managing government contracts.
13 October 2014 - Netherlands-based Wolters Kluwer's Boston-based Wolters Kluwer Financial Services unit said it has introduced the NILS INsource Case Law Module to enable clients to identify and monitor case law developments for the issues relevant to their business.
Clarke begins by updating the case law around the international convention CMR concerning such issues as unavoidable circumstances such as robbery, compensation for charged incurred, willful misconduct in failure to guard the vehicle, and the possible impact of the Rotterdam Rules.
After codifying case law in 1985, the South Dakota Legislature delegated authority to county governments to regulate their own drainage projects, subject to common law rules and legal restrictions.
Fastcase (1) has beaten some of the bigger players out of the gate with a free-to-download application that provides free case law and statutory research via Apple's mobile devices.
com designed to enhance case law research through the addition of new sources and case law documents.