Memorandum Decision

Memorandum Decision

A court's decision that gives the ruling (what it decides and orders done), but no opinion (reasons for the decision).

A memorandum decision is not subject to appeal by the dissatisfied party.

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Although the Ninth Circuit's memorandum decision is marked "Not for Publication" and therefore is non-precedential under Ninth Circuit rules, the decision is still worth noting, as jury verdicts in class action false advertising cases are rare.
Bankruptcy Court Judge Catherine Furay handed down a memorandum decision on June 1 finding that the $5,520 had been discharged by the bankruptcy and ordering DCF to return Muhammad's tax refund.<br />Furay noted that there is a split among courts over whether government overpayments can count as "domestic support" that is not dischargeable in bankruptcy.<br />In the end, Furay reasoned that because Muhammad had incurred the debt to DCF by supporting someone who was her grandson, rather than her child, the $5,520 she owed to DCF was dischargeable.<br />However, Furay did not order DCF to pay for Muhammad's attorney's fees because Muhammad was representing herself.
Gonzales, supra note 16, at 9-10; Memorandum Decision, State v.
Bankruptcy Judge Catherine Furay, in a memorandum decision handed down Feb.
Forrest issued a memorandum decision and order finding that Regeneron had withheld material information in connection with the prosecution of U.S.
In the meantime, the same three-judge panel that decided Peruta issued what is called a memorandum decision, Richards v.
2012), upheld a Tax Court memorandum decision (T.C.
The Court of Appeals decision in Intel -- an unpublished memorandum decision -- was announced shortly after Conoco filed its petition for certiorari and before the time the Supreme Court was to rule on the petition.
Under applicable Massachusetts procedures, either party has 30 days from August 12, 1994 (the date of the memorandum decision) in which to note an appeal.
(121.) Hubbard, 2010 SD 55, [paragraph] 18, 784 N.W.2d at 507; Memorandum Decision, supra note 110, at *5; Appellant's Brief, supra note 115, at 3.
While Strangi II only a Tax Court memorandum decision, it allowed the IRS to make a backdoor argument as to the business purpose behind a FLP's creation.