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AMICUS

a TRADE UNION representing technical and blue collar workers, especially in manufacturing. It was formed in 2002 from a merger of the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union (AEEU) and the Manufacturing, Science and Finance union (MSF). It has around 1,125,000 members and is the UK's second largest trade union.
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Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Travel Ban Litigation, AKIN GUMP STRAUSS HAUER & FELD LLP (Mar.
The funds from Amicus Capital will be utilised for expanding the retail distribution reach, investing in brand building and expanding its integrated manufacturing, assembly and warehousing facility.
Dr Babar Awan advocate also assisted the court as amicus curie in this case.
O resultado desse exercicio ha de colaborar para o encontro de um indicador inicial da importancia pratica do amicus curiae na ampliacao da cognicao dos processos de controle concentrado.
The mission of the Amicus Curiae Committee is to participate in litigation based upon a set of established criteria and specific procedures, which gives CalCPAa basis for affecting the outcome of professional issues in the judicial environment.
There are two ways to prevent repetition among amicus briefs.
Achuthanandan said the state government and the Travancore royal family ought to take the blame for the gold missing from the temple as reported by the amicus curiae.
The core staff of the amicus curiae team will continue to work for the new amicus.
Attorney General of Massachusetts, who agrees to help produce an amicus
Amicus Therapeutics (Nasdaq: FOLD) is a global, patient-dedicated biotechnology company focused on discovering, developing and delivering novel high-quality medicines for people living with rare metabolic diseases.
In February, the court refused to grant the prayers of Dasuki seeking the intervention of 'friends of the Court' (Amicus Curiae) in his trial.
Mais impressionante, entretanto, sao as tendencias de crescimento, tanto no numero de amici curiae, como na porcentagem de acoes que contam com ao menos uma organizacao se manifestando como amicus, que saltou de pouco mais de 13% no periodo de 1999 a 2005 e chega a 30% entre 2006 e 2014 (ALMEIDA, 2015).