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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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Jasper Adriaan Bovenberg and Erik Jan Spaans are the editors-in-chief of the Foundation Amicus Curiae.
TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF AUTHORITIES APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO FILE AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF INTEREST OF AMICUS CURIAE; HOW THE AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF WILL ASSIST THE COURT NO PARTY OR COUNSEL FOR A PARTY AUTHORED OR CONTRIBUTED TO THIS BRIEF CONCLUSION AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND LEGAL DISCUSSION A.
Institutions such as amicus curiae serve as moral guides for millions of Americans.
En el presente trabajo nos proponemos realizar algunas reflexiones generales sobre el amicus curiae ("amigo del tribunal" o "asistente oficioso") y subrayar su incidencia o utilidad para elevar la cotizacion cualitativa del debate jurisdiccional constitucional.
striving to build the capacity of the Chamber and its affiliated bodies in setting up a working mechanism of amicus curiae briefs which
Brief for State of Alabama as Amicus Curiae, Gideon, 372 U.
Besides Microsoft, EMC, and NetApp, software trade group BSA, Picture Archive Council of America and Graphic Artists Guild have also filed amicus curiae briefs in support of Oracle, according to court records.
10) Comparably, the non-governmental organisations ('NCOS') seeking amicus curiae status in Chevron v Ecuador did not receive it because they were deemed ill-equipped to comment on the jurisdictional matters at issue in that arbitration.
But Florida courts have occasionally noted the assistance provided by amicus briefs ("As one amicus curiae in this case described the process.
The origin of the amicus curiae (4) can be traced to Roman law, where amicus participants provided the courts with information in areas of law beyond the expertise of the judges.
On Jan, 27, two FEI committees--the Committee on Taxation and Committee on Corporate Reporting--filed an amicus curiae "friend of the court" brief with the Supreme Court of the United States in support of a petition for review of the U.