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preemption

The right to purchase property before, or in preference to, others.
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The study, published online in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, tracks state preemption of local food and nutrition policies and litigation-and documents a growing, industry-influenced trend to thwart public health efforts.
"maximum preemption," (7) these new state efforts remove
Preemption is a time-tested industry tactic to combat citizen movements to protect our health, civil liberties, and the environment.
Traditionally, preemption consisted of a judicial determination of
The Verizon public safety private core provides several key features to public safety customers including traffic segmentation, priority and preemption, improved security, and enhanced service management and control.
Preemption is a mission-critical feature that enables first responders on FirstNet to communicate and coordinate during emergencies, large events, or other situations during which commercial networks can become congested.
The justices themselves asked about whether a FEHBA provision that preempts the effect of state benefits laws on Federal Employees Health Benefits program plans delegates preemption authority to a private health plan contract, and whether delegating preemption authority to a private entity is appropriate.
(17) Tennessee, North Carolina, and the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) argued that even if Congress could pass such a law, Section 706 did not provide the required "clear statement" of legislative intent to delegate preemption authority over state laws regarding municipal subdivisions.
Historically, the concept of preemption was paramount to patent eligibility.
Bandai Namco Games America, Inc., an opinion that re-emphasized the use of "preemption" in considering whether a patent claim recites eligible subject matter under 35 USC A* 101, specifically under "step one" of the two-prong eligibility test set forth in Mayo Collaborative Services.