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If such were permitted, the absolvitor in the popular action] will not operate [for the defender as] an exceptio rei judicate.
1) A sampling of other firms that have entered the industry include Judicate, Civicourt, EnDispute (now merged with JAMS), ADR Services Inc.
The meeting further agreed that it will [sic] be essential to take into account technical consolidations that may [be] raised against the litigation such as [the] choice of court for the litigation and the doctrine of constitutional avoidance, the issue of res judicate (Matamisa decision), timing of the litigation, locus standi, etc.
Diversity jurisdiction grew out of a mistrust of state court judges to administer and ad judicate cases without local bias.
JOHN LEO WAGNER, a former federal magistrate judge, is now affiliated with Judicate West in Los Angeles.
Likewise, the trustee's avoidance power under [section] 548 (a) and [section] 544 (b) (1) are of equal statutory dignity as the res judicate principle.
21, 1987, at 1, 24 (stating that, according to the president of Judicate, then a leading ADR provider, "[c]onfidentiality is part of what his firm sells").
At this institution, the program is overseen by the IPA medical director who is available to make benefit determinations for out-of-network services, judicate questions of medical necessity, respond to member complaints, and address medical utilization and quality issues.
Judicate, with headquarters in Lake Success, New York; and
140) Since the legislature has already expressed its view in the TVPA that courts should ad judicate claims involving torture and extrajudicial killing, the courts must carry out that legislative intent.