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AMICUS

Austrian Multicentre Isradipine CUm Spirapril study. A clinical trial assessing the safety and efficacy of isradipine in treating mild/moderate hypertension in a primary care setting.
Conclusion Blood pressure normalised in 80.5% of patients, with lower isradipine dose in 45%, higher isradipine dose in 36%, and with isradipine plus spirapril or pindolol in 18.5%.
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39) Finally, Mexico amended its civil procedure code to authorize amici curiae in 2011.
Formal recognition of civil law amici curiae has taken different forms and comes from different sources, sometimes even within the same country.
19)) or expressed gratitude for their help ("We thank the Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists and Florida Pharmacy Association for the amici briefs filed herein.
In the best amicus briefs, the interests of the amici are slightly different from those of the parties to the case, or the amici seek to introduce variations of the parties' arguments or to raise policy concerns that may influence the court's decision.
124) See Paul Chen, The Informational Role of Amici Curiae Briefs in Gonzales v.
241, 270 (1988) (reviewing the influence of amicus curiae in a procedural due process case and noting that amici have become "powerful participants" in Supreme Court litigation).
Each case presents a unique combination of lower court opinions on the issue, Supreme Court precedent, impact on the amici, and the like.
And it is particularly effective when you can convincingly show that the mere uncertainty of the law, which will remain until Supreme Court review, is harmful to the amici.
The trailer started to swing out to the side and entered the westbound traffic lanes and collided'' with the 1997 Toyota Tacoma pickup driven by Amici, CHP Officer Rusty Moore said.
Amici was founded in 2002 and currently employs about 125 people, most of who are based at the company's headquarters in Albany.
Amici Group, founded in 2006, comprises Amici Capital, a real estate private equity fund, and Amici Development, a regional development firm based in Wilmington, North Carolina, operating also in the Pacific Northwest.