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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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Amicus intends to finance the acquisition through cash on hand and has a USD 50m debt commitment from Redmile Group.
Leerink Partners LLC is acting as financial advisor to Amicus.
Amicus briefs, carefully crafted and designed to intertwine but not overlap with either the party's brief or other amici, can fill in important aspects of the story on a case and help obtain discretionary review as well as a victory on the merits.
Why are there so few government amicus briefs on the defense side?
unusual for former prosecutors to join amicus briefs on the defense
The first of the two recent decisions concerning amicus curiae participation in investor-state arbitrations was rendered in the joined arbitrations of von Pezold v Zimbabwe and Border Timbers v Zimbabwe, (13) The arbitrations concern complaints that Zimbabwe expropriated the claimants' large agricultural estates allegedly on the basis that they had been targeted as part of the state's well-known land reform process.
That Rule allowed tribunals to permit amici curiae to file written submissions 'regarding a matter within the scope of the dispute', after the tribunal considered (non-exhaustively) whether: (i) the submission would assist it in determining a factual or legal issue related to the proceedings by bringing a perspective or particular knowledge or insight different from that of the parties; (ii) the submission would address a matter within the scope of the dispute; and (iii) the amicus curiae has a significant interest in the proceeding.
The district courts of appeal mention amicus briefs in their opinions as well.
Now, the onus to act against Modi lies with the court, as the Amicus Curiae's (meaning friend of the court in Latin) report in itself does not have any legal binding.
The primary vehicle for this examination will be a review of the amicus briefs submitted in the case of Plains Commerce Bank v.
Equally important, amicus briefs positively influence federal and state appellate court opinions on issues important to the apartment industry by ensuring that the industry's collective voice is heard.