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procedural

adjective adjective, directive, methodical, operative, relating to method, relating to the mechanics of a lawsuit, relative to the manner of prooeeding, systematic
Associated concepts: procedural defect, procedural due process, procedural law, procedural matter, procedural question, procedural right, procedural rule of law, proceeural statute
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Our growing platform of ALIF products is the result of our strategic focus to add value to our procedural solutions," said John Mayor, Vice President of Marketing of Stryker Spine.
Parties are free to agree the procedural law that will govern their arbitration - this is the law that determines how the arbitration will be conducted.
This aspect of procedural due process law no longer matches the on-the-ground realities of many procedural regimes.
Procedural competence is therefore at least as important for effective political communication as contentual competence.
He said the court has always adopted code changes as procedural, subject to a specific challenge in a future case, unless there was a conflict with a constitutional right or other procedural rule--and that has happened only once.
A number of studies have indicated a significant and positive relationship between antecedents of work factors (example; procedural and distributive justice), personality and demographic factors with employee work outcomes such as job satisfaction and organizational commitment (Loscocco, 1989; Cropanzano and Folger, 1991; and Tremblay et al.
A She added that evolving the final system for the procedural tools for the management system of special documents came as an outcome of the collaboration of efforts by NRAA staff and PACI staff.
importantly, substantive and procedural due process.
Procedural Coding and Reimbursement for Physician Services: Applying Current Procedural Terminology and HCPCS is a 'must' for any college-level collection strong in the basics of CPT and HCPCS coding: it provides exercises based on case documentation and packs in analysis and coding of clinical data, using self-assessment tests and exercises to reinforce the latest code sets.
2000) provided empirical evidence that procedural justice was a significant predictor of litigation intentions.
film noir, a tense and elaborate police procedural investigation .
In Sanchez-Llamas, the Court unequivocally held that a state may apply its procedural default rules to an Article 36 claim.