nonmutual

nonmutual

(ˌnɒnˈmjuːtʃʊəl)
adj
not mutual
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The rise of nonmutual preclusion diminishes the significance of party status, but it does not nullify the distinction between parties and nonparties, even in public-law cases brought against the government.
government is not prohibited by nonmutual offensive collateral estoppel from relitigating issue); United States v.
That is nonmutual offensive collateral estoppel, and as both the Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit have held, it does not apply to the government.
Except for analytical purposes, any noninteractive, nonmutual, ahistorical, or segmented description of behavior falls outside the disciplinary fair share of interbehavioral psychologists.
19) Ferreira rebuts a long-established reading of Kierkegaard's Works of Love as presenting "an ethic that is asocial, otherworldly, nonmutual, and unlivable" (Love's 6).
US troops will come at the sufferance of the Filipino people, to guarantee the security of Americans at home, under unequal and nonmutual accords.
In civil rights and poverty law cases, client--lawyer relationships are often unequal or nonmutual associations between a well-intentioned subject and a less powerful object, typically an indigent client or a struggling nonprofit.
defect to free rides on investments made by others, such as through nonmutual offensive issue preclusion or through reliance on the precedent or findings established in other cases.
139) Therefore, the Court unanimously refused to apply nonmutual collateral estoppel to bar the Reagan Administration from re-litigating a specific issue previously decided by a district court in the Carter Administration.
For example, in recent years we have encountered multiple plaintiffs' counsel in different jurisdictions who have sought a finding of liability as a matter of law based on the equitable doctrine of offensive nonmutual collateral estoppel.
Another variable related to family structure and the strengths of ties within the owner-family is nonmutual heirs.