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judicial precedent

see PRECEDENT.
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356(a)(2) income is not supported by statute or by judicial precedent.
This became the very first court victory of Russian filmmakers and their US representatives Close-Up International over American video-pirates, confirming and sustaining the legal entitlement of Russian companies to the masterpieces of both Soviet and contemporary Russian movie rights, setting not only a judicial precedent but also creating a far more effective method of struggle against video piracy in the North American market - successful legal action.
The statute provides that a taxpayer may reasonably rely on (1) Judicial precedent, a published ruling, a letter ruling, technical advice or a determination letter issued to the taxpayer, (2) a prior IRS audit resulting in no assessment attributable to the treatment of the individual whose status is at issue and (3) a long-standing, recognized practice of a significant segment of the taxpayer's industry.
Despite these facts and judicial precedent, the USPS now claims that the USPS has the exclusive ownership of parts of the English language.
essentially adopts Judicial Watch's argument that Missouri's "funeral protection law" is well-grounded in Eighth Circuit judicial precedent and is consistent with the U.
One judicial precedent is a little worrisome--the question of the source of the actual money spent on housing.
Should there occur a change in the status of any of the company's present activities, the company will assess the appropriateness of a public announcement under the guiding principles of Regulation FD, pronouncements of the Securities and Exchange Commission and judicial precedent.
Along with the overwhelming weight of judicial precedent and expert opinion, including prominent conservative experts, we at the National Senior Citizens Law Center are confident that Cuccinelli's case will ultimately be dismissed.
Andrx is unaware of any judicial precedent or authority for injunctive-type relief such as disgorgement ever being ordered by an administrative law judge and subsequently being upheld by the courts.
Acting DAAG forwarding emails from Appellate Section Chief's and Appellate Attorney's with their detailed legal analyses including the application of constitutional provisions and judicial precedent to strategies and relief under consideration in the ongoing NBPP litigation, as well as an assessment of the strength of potential legal arguments, and presenting different possible scenarios in the litigation.
The judicial precedent or published ruling does not have to relate necessarily to the particular industry or business.
Thus, whereas a business may qualify for section 530 relief by demonstrating reasonable reliance on either (i) judicial precedent, published rulings, etc.