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A report from a meeting, conference or symposium; any of a number of (usually “high-power”) medical or science journals—e.g., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (US), popularly known as PNAS.

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As defined by the Medical Defence Union (MDU), the main carrier for medical indemnity insurance in the UK:
(i) any legal proceedings related to a claim for clinical negligence; and
(ii) proceedings by the MDU in exercise of its rights under clause 12 of the contract (with the insured).
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If the proceeding has already been fully briefed, or if the patent owner asserted the patent against other parties, the patent owner must weigh the benefits and drawbacks of settling before the patent is possibly affirmed -- or cancelled -- during the proceeding.
6103(h), which permits the Service to disclose third-party information in judicial proceedings without violating the confidentiality rule for returns and return information.
At the request of Board Enforcement Counsel, the Administrative Law Judge ("ALJ") overseeing this proceeding issued a subpoena to Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton ("Cleary Gottlieb"), attorneys for Credit Lyonnais, seeking notes taken by Cleary Gottlieb attorneys at interviews conducted as part of an internal investigation of the Executive Life matter.
When aware that a problem involving the PCAOB exists and that investigative proceedings may be in the offing, lawyers and accountants must be in a high state of readiness at the outset of the proceeding.
Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on data engineering.
Conspicuously omitted is any requirement that the Treasury Secretary review the record of the ALJ proceeding.
In this case, Congress has made the judgment that the public interest in open proceedings outweighs the privacy interests of the individuals and third parties involved.
The impact of the federal Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) on non-payment eviction proceedings against residential tenants has long been controversial.
20, 2006, FMC and other parties to the bankruptcy proceedings were unable to satisfy the court's requirements to grant the required preliminary injunction.
6673(a)(2)(B) against the Service due to the misconduct of IRS district counsel during a court proceeding.
According to the landlord, the tenant first admitted owning four dogs only after these eviction proceedings commenced.
Rather, a party seeking a closed hearing should be required to demonstrate how the effects of this proceeding differ so significantly from those involving other banks in terms of the public interest as to warrant special treatment.

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