Table of Cases

Table of Cases

An alphabetized list of the judicial decisions that are cited, referred to, or explained in a book with references to the sections, pages, or paragraphs where they are cited.

A table of cases is commonly found in either the prefix or appendix of the book.

See: calendar
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The authors have provided both a summary and detailed table of contents, as well as a table of cases and table of restatement, UCC, CISG, and UNIDROIT provisions.
With over 300 pages, including an extensive appendix and a detailed table of cases, An Associate's Guide to the Practice of Copyright Law provides associates with real-world perspective on copyright law and practice.
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The book consists of 296 pages, of which over 180 pages contain footnotes, reproduction of the codes of ethics of various professions, a table of cases, and the index.
The table of cases contains many familiar names among the 125 references.
There is also an index to the Table of Cases cited in the text, and it is surprising to see how many decisions have been spawned in this relatively new discipline of the law.
Case law is referenced extensively and a table of cases is provided at the fron.
The volume includes a visual table of cases, numerous patient pre- and post-operative color photographs, clinical tips, further reading, and a DVD featuring general principles and specific techniques.
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He also includes a table of cases, index, time frame table, and tracing table relating to the federal rules as well as tables comparing mediation and arbitration procedures in state and federal courts in each of the districts.

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