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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Forrest issued a memorandum decision and order finding that Regeneron had withheld material information in connection with the prosecution of U.
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2d at 507; Memorandum Decision, supra note 110, at *5; Appellant's Brief, supra note 115, at 3.
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Tel" or the "Company") (NYSE Amex: TIK) announces that the Kansas court has issued a memorandum decision for an order dismissing the Aeroflex civil lawsuit against the Company pertaining to the $44 million IDIQ contract award from the Army for the Mode 5 upgrade of the TS-4530 IFF test set.
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A copy of the Memorandum Decision can be provided upon request.
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