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Brill

(bril),
Nathan E., U.S. physician, 1860-1925. See: Brill disease, Brill-Zinsser disease.
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Brill Holdings, the new minority shareholder, is a partnership of Schottenstein Property Group, B+B Capital, Fox-Wizel and Conway Capital.
TMDC is happy to represent Dr Brills ICAP program in the MENA region.
Brill, who said he taught two sitting Arkansas Supreme Court justices, described his judicial philosophy as simple: "Follow the law; uphold the law; apply the law.
To learn more about the sexuality workshops, please contact Michelle Brill at brill@aesop.
Brill interviewed almost all the major players in the story, and he obtained mountains of memos and internal documents, including private notes kept on high-level administration meetings and diary entries by at least one White House staffer.
Brill said: "It was the first injury I've suffered in eight years and it's the first time I've had to miss games.
Brill and his team of 150 inhouse employees and numerous subcontractors update their pieces by producing, for instance, leather chairs in such colors as yellow and orange.
That forward-thinking attitude is what Brill brings to the FTC, and what she will be bringing to the 15th annual Super Conference, to be held in Chicago from May 11-13.
Further reforms to the patent litigation system are clearly warranted to make it more difficult for PAEs and others that seek to profit by bringing, and threatening to bring, frivolous patent infringement lawsuits," Brill said in her speech, noting that certain aspects of the Innovation Act, which was proposed but not passed, would address the matter of frivolous litigation.
Brill publishes over 700 books and 200 journals a year.
Sam Bruinsma, VP Business Development, Brill commented, "We need high-quality abstracts and keywords for each book at the chapter level to meet our business objective of enhancing the discoverability of our book chapters and help end-users with better navigation.