A PIBA spokesman said: "[It's a] relief since it was a grossly inequitable
tax on the pensions savings of private sector workers primarily.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- We are living in an age with a new world order where inequitable
groups and wars are used.
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Court of Appeals Federal Circuit, Randall Rader, who has labeled inequitable
conduct allegations the "atomic bomb" of patent law, stated that to "prevail on the defense of inequitable
conduct, the accused infringer must prove that the applicant misrepresented or omitted material information with the specific intent to deceive the [U.
Since devolution, councils have been forced to pay pounds 1bn of council rents to the Treasury - an arrangement that is totally inequitable
and not in the interests of the people of Wales.
A case can remain in limbo for years while the parties fight over a defendant's attempts to discover information about a plaintiff's possible inequitable
the materiality standard for the doctrine of inequitable
After a trial on the matter, the district court found there was intent to deceive and held the patents unenforceable for inequitable
conduct," the court wrote.
THE Tories have pledged to scrap the "completely inequitable
and unfair" system of deciding school places by lottery.
very difficult to meet the standards for establishing inequitable
If society is paying billions of dollars a year for health care, but has a system with a high rate of medical errors, long waits, poor access, and inequitable
distribution, the cost of a few basketball or soccer tickets to pay a few highly valued athletes is still a deal.