Amicus


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Amicus

(ˈæmɪkəs)
n
(in Britain) a trade union representing workers in manufacturing industries, now part of Unite
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A thing has occurred to me which I am inclined to think will put me out of favour with the duke and duchess; but though I am sorry for it I do not care, for after all I must obey my calling rather than their pleasure, in accordance with the common saying, amicus Plato, sed magis amica veritas.
Bar, with his little insinuating jury droop, and fingering his persuasive double eye-glass, hoped he might be excused if he mentioned to one of the greatest converters of the root of all evil into the root of all good, who had for a long time reflected a shining lustre on the annals even of our commercial country--if he mentioned, disinterestedly, and as, what we lawyers called in our pedantic way, amicus curiae, a fact that had come by accident within his knowledge.
Pickwick, my dear Sir, excuse me-- I shall be happy to receive any private suggestions of yours, as AMICUS CURIAE, but you must see the impropriety of your interfering with my conduct in this case, with such an AD CAPTANDUM argument as the offer of half a guinea.
The complaint alleges that the Company made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that the United States Food and Drug Administration raised concerns about Amicus Therapeutics' forthcoming new drug application for migalastat during their September 15, 2015 meeting.
In particular, this Comment points out that courts in civil law countries in different regions around the world now accept amicus briefs.
From 2007 to 2011, the Florida Supreme Court mentioned amicus briefs in 14 majority opinions.
According to the Supreme Court appointed Amicus Curiae's report, which was released on Monday, there was a need for examining Modi's role in the wake of the Godhra train burning.
Equally important, amicus briefs positively influence federal and state appellate court opinions on issues important to the apartment industry by ensuring that the industry's collective voice is heard.
Crowley, President and CEO of Amicus, commented, "The issuance of this patent further strengthens our protection in the United States for Plicera in Gaucher and is one example of our ongoing efforts to establish a comprehensive intellectual property portfolio for our development programs and our pharmacological chaperone technology platform.
Karen Reay has recently moved from Amicus/CPHVA to a new post in the Amicus finance sector.
Amicus and the company have been exploring ways to avoid closure.