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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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The amici curiae included senior lawyer Mohammad Akram Sheikh, Professor Dr Hafiz Hassan Madni from the Institute of Islamic Studies at the University of Punjab in Lahore, former member of the Council of Islamic Ideology Dr Mohsin Naqvi, member CII Professor Dr Sahibzada Sajidur Rehman, and Mufti Muhammad Hussain Khalil Khel from Karachi.
Amici curiae are the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution, Unemployed Peoples Movement, Institute for Security Studies and Shosholoza Progressive Party.
Amici curiae brief filed by Society of Hospital Medicine and Society of Ob/Gyn Hospitalists in support of petitioners.
While traditionally an amicus curiae espouses a neutral position on the issues, in the pursuit of a better understanding of the essential issues in this case, the court hereby invites interested nonparties who are not to be hereby considered neutral amici curiae, the high court said in an advisory on Tuesday.
He said the SC defines "Interested Non-Parties" as "professional associations, non-governmental organizations, interest groups" who are not to be hereby considered as neutral amici curiae from or representing the following fields -- real estate, tourism, construction, architecture, engineering, and heritage conservation.
estan facultadas para comparecer como amici curiae las personas fisicas o de existencia real y las personas juridicas, morales o de existencia ideal (segun las distintas nomenclaturas que puedan emplearse), siempre que acrediten reconocida competencia en la tematica en examen en el proceso;
02-1667); Brief of the States of Kansas and Delaware as Amici Curiae in
Amici curiae which means "friends of the court" are parties that are not directly involved in a litigation, but believe they may be impacted or have views on the matter before by the court.
The extent to which amici curiae have been able to participate in the different international dispute resolution fora varies according to the procedural rules which govern each particular forum.
2007) ("As amici curiae [Publix Super Markets, Inc.
Amici curiae counsel will not be entitled to participate in oral argument unless counsel for either party agrees to share his time and the court allows the appearance of amici curiae counsel.