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com·mon law

(kom'ŏn law)
A system of law based on custom, tradition, and court decisions rather than on written legislation.

case law

Opinions or decisions made by the courts.
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B and proposed solutions in Part IV address all three types of certification marks, but due to existing caselaw regarding indications of regional origin, for the purposes of this Note, the following proposals address certification marks that do not indicate regional origin.
It would be surprising if there were not further caselaw on this issue.
2) For a thorough discussion of trust protectors, including caselaw relating to offshore trusts, see Alexander J.
The caselaw and the theory march in tandem to a surprising extent, although with notable exceptions and outliers.
For credit executives who have the opportunity to take a seat on a Creditors' Committee, this is one area that has been the source for much concern and has yielded substantial and substantive caselaw on this issue.
Supreme Court caselaw in finding that it "does not hinge on motivation, but rather 'on the degree of the Government's participation in the private party's activities.
SL: That's exactly right, Kevin, and the beauty of New York law and the reason people like to use New York law as the governing law so often is that there is such an extensive body of caselaw out there.
The Pension Integrated Library consists of publications that address a range of research and practice needs, CCH said, including statutes, regulations, caselaw, analysis and ongoing developments.
Notwithstanding the substantial logic and appeal of this argument, the court dismissed it almost out of hand by using a form of "boot-strap" argument--despite what appears to be contrary conduct, the owner cannot be said to be "estopped" from making this argument because (1) caselaw permits owners to claim liquidated damages even after the completion deadline has passed and (2) the contract itself provided for the assessment of liquidated damages.
tn addition to local asylum office trainings, the primary lesson plan has been updated to reflect newly issued documents by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees on religious persecution as well as recent developments in caselaw.