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amendment

A written description of a change (or changes) to, or formal clarification of, a protocol.

amendment

Amended application, revised application Clinical trials Any protocol change which occurs after activation of a trial Government A change in an existing law. See Doggett amendment, Helms amendment, Social Security Amendments of 1983, Synar amendment.
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Alternatively, the defendant could oppose the plaintiff's motion to amend and make a provisional motion to amend its answer by substantively outlining arguments why the defendant should be permitted to add new or different counterclaims.
Among the many considerations that go into the strategic decision of whether to add or amend counterclaims in response to an amended complaint, this new Rule 15 approach and its procedural implications should not be overlooked.
When a plaintiff amends its complaint with leave of court, must a defendant also seek leave before asserting new or amended counterclaims in its answer?
This final rule amends the FAR in order to incorporate policies and procedures for services under Federal Supply Schedules.
This final rule amends the FAR to implement a determination by the United States Trade Representative (USTR) under the Trade Agreements Act that suppliers from the 10 new member states of the European Communities (EC) (i.
This final rule amends the FAR by deleting the cost principle at FAR 31.
Summary: Amends the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to allow a deduction from gross income for adult day and respite care expenses of individual taxpayers with respect to a dependent of the taxpayer who suffers from Alzheimer's disease or related organic brain disorders.
Summary: Amends the Public Health Service Act to authorize grants for treatment and support services for Alzheimer's patients and their families.
Summary: Amends the Social Security Act to permit the Secretary of Health and Human Services to enter into direct negotiations between drug manufacturers and pharmacies, and between Medicare prescription drug plan sponsors and Medicare Advantage organizations offering prescription drug plans, to promote best prices for Medicare beneficiaries.