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De Novo

[Latin, Anew.] A second time; afresh. A trial or a hearing that is ordered by an appellate court that has reviewed the record of a hearing in a lower court and sent the matter back to the original court for a new trial, as if it had not been previously heard nor decided.

de novo

adj. Latin for "anew," which means starting over, as in a trial de novo. For example, a decision in small claims case may be appealed to a local trial court, which may try the case again, de novo. (See: trial de novo)

de novo

adverb afresh, again, anew, another time, freshly, from the beginning, new, newly, once more, over, over again, revived, second time
Associated concepts: de novo proceeding, hearing de novo, trial de novo

de novo

‘of new’.
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Her dissertation, entitled "Entry Mode, Technological Innovation and Firm Survival in the Worldwide Optical Disk Drive Industry, 1983-1999," examines how and why de novo and de alio firms differ in their product innovation and the consequences of these differences for firm survival.
De Novo Pharmaceuticals is a fully integrated design based drug discovery company, located in Cambridge, and uses its proprietary computational software for drug design to create novel, patentable lead molecules as candidates for drug development against both enzyme and receptor based targets.
De Novo Pharmaceuticals uses its proprietary computational software for drug design to create novel, patentable lead molecules as candidates for drug development either through its in-house research or with its partners.
Clearly, de novo bank failure rates could be reduced by requiring investors to supply higher amounts of start-up capital or by requiring banks to maintain extranormal capital-to-asset ratios in the early years - indeed, the latter policy option was adopted by federal bank supervisors during the 1990s.
We can see that de novo firms typically are smaller than traditional ones and their growth rate is positive, while traditional firms are declining in 1996.
La senora de la casa, admiradora de Novo, Gloria de Perez Jacome, gestiono la fundacion de la asociacion civil en el estudio que conservo del maestro, y el cual guarda hasta la fecha --en custodia el heredero-- un archivo con unas 100 cajas llenas de colaboraciones periodisticas, correspondencia, y algunos borradores de Novo.
According to Rosenfeld, the de novo process is a mechanism for down classification and subsequent 510(k) premarket clearance of low-to-medium risk products, and is a pathway that can improve overall efficiencies and lower the costs to reaching the U.
This initiation follows the role of MCRA in the successful granting of the first orthopaedic de novo bone stabilisation system by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in December 2017.
While these studies have advanced our knowledge of the overall prevalence of de novo SUI, the risk prediction for a specific patient varies based on individual characteristics.
3 in an effort to update the de novo review process for certain low- to moderate risk medical devices.
SB 548 (Burton) would allow the Franchise Tax Board to bring a trial de novo proceeding in superior court after the State Board of Equalization had ruled in a taxpayer's favor.