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  • n. Plural form of nonparty.


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  • The complaint says Elsass inflated theft-loss deductions, put them in a wrong year to speed up recovery, claimed them on behalf of nonparties to the tax return and wrongly claimed them on a sale-of-business property form to reduce adjusted gross income.

    IRS: Tax Preparer Wrongly Claimed Madoff-Like Losses

  • In this regard, we further observe that recognition of the right of an amicus to present an issue that the parties have no desire to further litigate would constitute judicial recognition of a lawyer relief rule—inviting lawyers and nonparties otherwise without standing to seek out and engage in mischief that would readily be likened to barratry, champerty, or maintenance.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Free Speech and Funeral Picketing:

  • Transactions often have external effects on nonparties, notably pollution.


  • "The public interest does favor protecting the thousands of other business people in the country as well as Warner Brothers, and not causing those nonparties to lose money, and I think it would be significant, and I think it would be disruptive," she said from the bench, rather than issuing a written ruling.

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  • The same sort of thing has happened in cases of private enforcement, where courts have ordered search engines or other Internet-related nonparties to block access to a site.

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  • "[W] e hold that when a defendant raises the nonparty defense in a negligence action, a jury may generally apportion fault to immune nonparties."

    Day On Torts

  • There are electronic communications in the fact pattern, but the law only prohibits intercepting the contents of electronic communications by nonparties to the communication.

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  • There are also rules, said Solomon, for notifying nonparties about confidential information requests, and procedures for those nonparties to petition the court, either to keep information confidential or to make it public.

    Lawyers will be responsible for redacting confidential information in court filings - The Daily Record - Jacksonville, Florida

  • It concluded that Philip Morris could never have made such a request of the trial judge in 1999, since its "request" - its objection when the judge announced instructions which permitted punishment for harms to nonparties-was infected by other errors, and therefore had no legal standing.

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  • In particular, it seemed that Philip Morris had rewritten the pattern jury instructions for Oregon to reflect not only the view concerning punishment for harms to nonparties that was adopted in

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