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The judge asked if there was any way he could help, including re-reading specific instructions or clarifying instructions, or even having attorneys re-argue part or all of the case.
Those, like members of the Clinton Justice Department, who disagree with the Court's grand pronouncements are free to re-argue these large matters of principle, but only indirectly.
Moreover, "the motion shall not re-argue the merits of the court's order.
The institutions thus will enjoy an opportunity to re-argue their case before Congress even as HCFA presents its findings concering the schedule's impact on hospital-based laboratories.
The Supreme Court Historical Society recently selected Teresa as one of two attorneys to re-argue the famous Supreme Court case Gibbons v.
Although Mr Justice Sullivan dismissed an earlier application this summer, Mr Manson will be appearing in person to re-argue his case at the High Court tomorrow.
Under an agreement reached yesterday, Interbrew won the right to re-argue its case that the appropriate remedy was divestment of its Whitbread brewing interests instead of the far larger Bass business.
The Supreme Court Historical Society has selected Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP litigation partner Teresa Wynn Roseborough as one of two attorneys to re-argue the famous Supreme Court case Gibbons v.
But the ITF claimed that any such decision was only final if not appealed and that, under its rules, the federation or any player had an "unfettered right" to reopen and re-argue any decision at a hearing in Lausanne.
Although Intuitive has the right to submit a motion for reconsideration, the Board noted that they are prohibited from presenting, "new arguments or re-argue points already made and addressed by the Board.
The federation argued, he said, that any such decision was only final if not appealed against and that, under its rules, the ITF or any player had an "unfettered right" to reopen and re-argue any decision at a full hearing in Lausanne.