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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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370(d), when a party has invoked the discretionary jurisdiction of the Florida Supreme Court, an amicus curiae has the option to file a notice with the court indicating its intent to seek leave to file an amicus brief on the merits.
Not everyone would identify the lack of amicus curiae participation in the court as a negative.
5) See Brief for Amicus Curiae in Support of Neither Party on Behalf of American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (hereinafter cited as "Brief"), available at www.
Noting that a decision against Nike would drive McDonald's from any debate on nutrition, Monsanto from the debate on genetically modified organisms, biotech companies from publicly discussing cloning and drug companies from commenting on FDA procedures, the amicus curiae parties elaborate on the possible consequences of a Kasky victory.
We took the fight public with a union amicus curiae brief (4) in a lawsuit filed against EPA by a public interest group over the issue.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), arguing as amicus curiae on behalf of Boulware in front of the appellate court, relied heavily on a policy statement it issued in the Federal Register in October 2001 interpreting Section 8(b) as giving HUD the power to regulate settlement service charges.
A CalCPA task force headed by Amicus Curiae Chair John Costello has prepared a letter commenting on the Bar's report.
In a case in which the Appraisal Institute filed an amicus curiae or "friend of the court" brief, the Texas Supreme Court has ruled that expert opinions based on the subdivision development method can be reliable, relevant and admissible in some cases involving undeveloped land.
Association of Importers of Textiles and Apparel (USA-ITA) on some issues, my firm, Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy LLP, was separately retained by a coalition of importers of cotton apparel to prepare an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief in the United Foods case.
The American Medical Association has filed an amicus curiae brief asking a federal court to review an opinion that upholds the free speech of an antiabortion Web site.
The AICPA's legal Department routinely files amicus curiae briefs in matters which may affect the CPA profession.