Amicus briefs may also be reviewed in the context of the "ideological" positions taken by amici
. These positions are most conventionally defined as liberal or conservative.
Edward Sigmond, the company's Chairman and chief executive officer, said 'We are very excited about the opportunity to have the Amici
brand as part of our company.
(55) Today, states vary widely concerning the rules which govern filing of amici
Each case presents a unique combination of lower court opinions on the issue, Supreme Court precedent, impact on the amici
, and the like.
Who exactly were these neutral amici
in the early nineteenth-century United States?
is also shoring up its glassware collection.
(52) Our first amicus filing, in the Ninth Circuit, did not include other amici
. But, as noted above, we quickly reached out to the families of the three men whose cases had reached the Supreme Court during World War II.
Portanto, o estudo nao pode prescindir de uma descricao sobre como tem evoluido a participacao dos amici
curiae nos processos submetidos a Suprema Corte.
"The result would adversely impact amici
's members and the State's economic climate."
First, counsel for the party may suggest areas for amicus support to potential amici
at the outset, either individually or collectively, then keep track of which amicus plans to argue which points.
, a junior at University of Massachusetts at Lowell, to perform 12 hours of community service and take a defensive driving course after he admitted there were sufficient facts to find him guilty of negligent driving, and the case was continued without a finding for nine months.