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As there are no official or unofficial reporters that regularly publish decisions of the Court of Appeals and other lower courts, citation of their decisions hews to the same format as cases not reported either in the Philippine Reports or the SCRA. Thus: (case name), (docket number), (Exact date of promulgation of decision).


Sometimes case names do not list two parties, such as cases whose names include In re or Ex parte. In re is a latin term for “in the matter of,” and is typically used in cases where there are not two designated adversarial parties. Such cases might involve property disputes, court orders, or situations where the Court is asked ...


Nov 28, 2012 ... There is an issue when I tried to import test cases from excel file. Issue occurs when in filed e.g Name specific formula exist. Works if there is value. log: Thu Nov 29 10:22:32 GMT 2012 file:///s:/.../FR test cases.xlsx Testcase name not exists at '29' row. Thu Nov 29 10:22:32 GMT 2012 file:///s:/***/FR test ...


Jan 13, 2014 ... Is it possible to change the issue type name to 'Test Case' from 'Test' ? ... I was able to find some JIRA documentation that may or may not help, but I would still reach out to Atlassian and ask them if you can adjust the name of an Issue Type ... There is not a way to change the name of Test to something else.


Oct 3, 2016 ... You can acquire it from http://java.com if you do not have it already. API Access ... This option in the Test menu is not available in Zephyr for JIRA Server/ DataCenter. For security ... For example: if test case name is in Column B of the excel sheet, enter "B" against the JIRA field “Name” zfj-importer-6.png.


Hi Team, I am trying to upload test cases from EXCEL sheet to JIRA using Zephyr Test Cases importer tool. While uploading, i am ... Sat Feb 14 12:27:22 IST 2015 file:///C:/Users/m8070839/Desktop/GM1.5/Uploader.xlsx Testcase name not exists in '' block. Sat Feb 14 12:27:22 IST ... There is no issue created. Please help!


Traditional trademark infringement analysis would not have covered many cybersquatting cases. Often cybersquatters register the domain name but do not post a web site under that name. Thus there can be no likelihood of confusion as required for trademark infringement. In such cases, the trademark holder would have to ...


If you are not sure of a case name, you may wish to search the entire collection using a portion of the name or a key word or phrase likely to be used in it. (To launch such a search click here.) Following each case name there are two additional links -- "(recent Fed?)" and "(recent Supct?). These links launch searches of the ...


16-1011 [Arg: 4.16.2018] Issue(s): Whether the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit erred in holding that lost profits arising from prohibited combinations occurring outside of the United States are categorically unavailable in cases in which patent infringement is proven under 35 U.S.C. § 271(f). CVSG: 12/06/2017.