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calendar call

n. the hearing at which a case is set for trial.

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To pre-order a copy of the calendar call the museum and art gallery on 01384 815575
To reserve a copy of the calendar call The Bear on 01788 522297 or e- mail the pub at thebearatbilton@btopenworld.
This was a master calendar call, much like a bond hearing in a criminal court where a stream of people come before the judge and answer mostly technical questions.
A novice in courtroom procedure, Harry listened to the calendar call, and when the clerk called "Fergeson versus Jones," he leaped to his feet and shouted "Defendant is ready.
Calendar call (305) 387-3168 or go to the group's Web site: http://www.
For more information or to add an event to the calendar call Paul on 01642 526011, email events@stockton.
Schwartz also announced in open court, during a calendar call on one of his firm's clients' cases, that the former employees had "illegally sought and solicited clients, stole client's lists, letters, files," and that there was a criminal investigation pending against them.
Final hearings in arbitrations are scheduled for a certain date--there is none of the uncertainty of attending a calendar call, not knowing whether your case will be set for trial at all, and then being set as the fourth case and not being heard, or perhaps being heard days or weeks before expected.
It involves the Rules of Civil Procedure and whether a trial date set at a calendar call constitutes sufficient notice for the trial.
The new proposal adds: "Unless the trial court determines that the motion can be resolved as a matter of law without a hearing, it shall hold a calendar call no later than 20 days from the filing of the motion, with notice to all parties, for the express purposes of either ruling on the motion or determining the need for an evidentiary hearing.