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Case law is the set of existing rulings which made new interpretations of law and, therefore, can be cited as precedents. In some countries, such as the United ...

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The law based on judicial opinions (including decisions that interpret statutes), as opposed to law based on statutes, regulations, or other sources. Also refers to ...

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Mar 30, 2017 ... Case Law. There is a a listing of court decisions that discuss or are directly relevant to Creative Commons licenses. The decisions can come ...

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Case Law on UNCITRAL Texts (CLOUT). The UNCITRAL Secretariat has established a system for collecting and disseminating information on court decisions ...

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case law (countable and uncountable, plural case laws). Law developed by judges through court decisions and opinions, as distinct from statute and other ...

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Internet Sources for Intellectual Property Case Law. This non-exhaustive compilation lists links to publicly and freely accessible online databases that contain ...

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Case law is a special subset of court rulings which create precedent and give definitions about how patent law is to be interpreted in the given country. The most ...

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The legal definition of Case Law is The entire collection of published legal decisions of the courts which, because of stare decisis, contributes a large part of the ...

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case law. n. reported decisions of appeals courts and other courts which make new interpretations of the law and, therefore, can be cited as precedents.

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Get an overview of the case law of the EPO boards of appeal. View an online version of the document or download a PDF version.