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prec·e·den·tial

 (prĕs′ĭ-dĕn′shəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or constituting a precedent.
2. Having precedence.

precedential

(ˌprɛsɪˈdɛnʃəl)
adj
1. of, involving, or serving as a precedent
2. having precedence
ˌpreceˈdentially adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.precedential - having precedence (especially because of longer service); "precedential treatment for senior members of the firm"
senior - older; higher in rank; longer in length of tenure or service; "senior officer"
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The main department is required to issue written decisions that include a statement of fact and conclusions of law; such decisions will be precedential and published.
He reviews the literature on the visual turn in legal studies and applies its lessons, historical and theoretical, to the apprehension of the juristic values and precedential status of images in judgments.
Supreme Court has ruled that biosimilar companies can take their versions of biological drugs to the market 6 months sooner in a precedential ruling that could mean quicker access to biosimilars.
guidance regarding how they should understand the precedential effect of
The fourth circuit ruling does stand and remains precedential for the entire circuit, which consists of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Perhaps we are lucky this decision was not precedential, even though dilution cases before the Board are rare.
today announced that a panel of judges for the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has, in a precedential opinion, unanimously confirmed the invalidity of three synthesis patents owned by Synopsys, Inc.
The article discusses the importance of a more aggressive judiciary and alternatively proposes legislative solutions that would place procedural and precedential limitations on the use of informal adjudications.
But these citations in Mead do not answer the question of whether only adjudications overseen by agency heads and/or treated as precedential by the agency are entitled to Chevron deference.
When that happens, the ruling of the lower court stands, but the decision sets no precedential value.
17) To fill the gap left by Congress, the BIA issued a precedential decision in Matter of Rodriguez-Rodriguez (Rodriguez-Rodriguez), (18) which sought to define "sexual abuse of a minor.
Palestine has already asked for international protection in accordance with several legal and precedential options available to the United Nations.