Insurers routinely appoint defense counsel to defend the interests of their insureds against claims by third parties.
What does DC stand for?
DC stands for Defense Counsel
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- Decatur Central (High School)
- Deccan Chronicle (English newspaper in India)
- December's Children (Rolling Stones album)
- Decent Christian (the band DC Talk)
- Decimal Classification
- Decision Coverage
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- Defect Coverage
- Defensa Civil (Argentina)
- Defense Carrier
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition, she claimed that during closing argument, defense counsel had improperly urged the jury to consider the impact of a plaintiff's verdict on Dr.
Summary: The Special Tribunal for Lebanon's Trial Chamber has rejected motions by the defense counsel to suspend or reconsider in absentia proceedings, according to a statement released by the court.
On that date, defense counsel told the court that she had mistakenly put the case on her calendar for January 26 instead of January 20.
A devout Christian as well as a legal defense counsel, Klicka also speaks of the strength and comfort provided by God and Jesus Christ in the most dire hours of need.
Mealey said the report is designed to help plaintiff and defense counsel track this area of the law with "concise case reports," documents, new filings, opinions and pleadings, and legislative and regulatory activity.
Defense counsel said defendants settled the Ruth case because procedural issues bad emerged that might have limited their ability to fully present their case to the jury, and that trying the case would have served little purpose in the overall adjudication of the pending welding fume lawsuits because of Mr.
Written by a committee comprised of defense counsel, prosecutors, judges, academics and representatives from the forensic and law enforcement communities, the report identified and makes recommendations in nine areas of concern including: false confessions, eyewitness identification procedures, forensic evidence, jailhouse informants, defense counsel practices, investigative policies and personnel, prosecution practices, systemic remedies and compensation for the wrongfully convicted.