Leading case


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(Law) a reported decision which has come to be regarded as settling the law of the question involved.

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ICFAI Business School CASE Development Center(IBSCDC) is among leading CASE center in world with over 5500 CASE studies, structured assignments and teaching notes in its arsenal.
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Often, the more one learns about the context and actors in a leading case, the less authoritative the actual decision seems.
Part II, below, will discuss the remaining illustrations and some leading case law in this area and provide general recommendations.
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Impsat is definitely a leading case of how to get things done in spite of adverse conditions," says Agnirre.
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O'Connor answered the question in the leading case, the suit by the twin sisters against United Air Lines.
A leading case in the 7th Circuit Court answered some questions that had confronted software sellers.