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opinion

A term of art used in clinical studies for judgement and/or the advice provided by an independent ethics committee to sponsors and regulatory bodies

Patient discussion about opinion

Q. Looking for anyone that would like to share information or opinions regarding Fibromyalgia? Do you believe in Fibromyalgia? What are the symptoms? Any good treatments?

A. i have a close friend that suffers from that illness. i have to say that when you look at it from the side it's hard to understand the pain and suffer that involved in this. at first i couldn't see it from her point of view,and i ashamed to say i didn't believe her...
but it took me a while to see that this is a true pain and frustrating it is. it's important to take in mind that poeple that does not suffer from Fybromyalgia have hard times understanding it.

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Supreme Court Opinions and Their Audiences, examines this "audience effect" on the Supreme Court.
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Each issue of the report carries court opinions, case summary reports with discussions about the legal issues involved, the nature of the dispute, procedural matters, images and related illustrative matter, and tables of cases listed by both jurisdiction and the legal issues involved in each case.
TNA: The federal circuit court opinion makes a lot of hay out of the fact that some people have gathered around the Ten Commandments monument to pray, implying that this prayer has a negative impact on the administration of Justice.
Unfortunately, however, the state obtained a reversal of the district court opinion on appeal to the federal court of appeals for the second circuit.
In a follow-up to a case reported on in the July 1991 Legal Scene, the California Supreme Court vacated the appellate court opinion in Union Bank v.
1999, the first appellate court opinion to discuss the Sec.
Until then, the Tax Court opinion in Redlark, along with Kikalos, probably still constitute "substantial authority" to take the position that deficiency interest properly allocable to a trade or business (and possibly investment income) is deductible.
Thus, if a government-favorable court opinion is issued after the parties close the case, it is unlikely the agent will reopen it.
Citing the Tax Court opinion in Frontier Savings, 87 TC 665,678 (1986), the IRS further noted in Rev.
In so holding, the court quoted the following language from the Tax Court opinion:
The Tax Court opinion was reviewed by the entire court, producing a 15-2 split.