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ADR

abbreviation for
(Medicine) adverse drug reaction
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This order, which has historical, political, social significance, opens a new page in the study of ADR, he added.
Within 20 days of the order of referral to an Other ADR Process, the parties may file a motion for approval by the court designating the Other ADR Process and the neutral the parties desire to conduct the process.
The ratio will change from the current one ADR per five ordinary shares to one ADR per two ordinary shares.
The development of ADR in consumer matters is linked to consumer access to justice (Devenney et al.
One of the main things that galvanised the ADR market was a rule change made by the SEC in 2008 for banks to create ADRs without the involvement of the non-US listed company," said Andrew Levine, managing director and head of ConvergEx's ADR business.
As of July 25, 2005, the total number of applications ,received in the ADR process were 1,992, according to the federal government.
In the last 20 years or so, ADR has become a virtual legal industry of its own.
In finding that Compaq's ADR transaction would result in an economic loss prior to the use of the FTCs, the court concluded that the transaction lacked the profit potential necessary for economic substance.
The Iowa district court where this case originated viewed the ADR transactions as tax motivated and concluded the only change in IES's economic position as a result of the ADR transactions was the transfer of the foreign tax credit to IES.
ADR (Advanced Digital Recording) technology helps bring entry to mid-range level server-to-backup price ratios back in line, by offering the reliability and capacity of a new tape technology at a subthousand dollar price point.
The ADR Exchange provides the detail and advanced search capabilities needed to quickly locate a qualified service provider.