Likewise, in the federal reporters, numerous courts have struggled to resolve the "stylistic dilemma of whether to use 'attorney fees,' 'attorneys fees,' 'attorney's fees,' or 'attorneys' fees'.
What does FSUPP stand for?
FSUPP stands for Federal Reporter (Supplement)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The rule explains, in subsection (b), the distinction between opinions and orders: Opinions, which may be signed or per curiam, are released in printed form, are published in the Federal Reporter, and constitute the law of the circuit.
Like his predecessor, Obama professes concern about the national security implications of a federal reporter shield law.
et al," 45 Federal Reporter, 2nd Series 103; Morris L.
West also publishes a Social Security reporting service and the Federal Reporter (Second), Federal Supplement, and Federal Rules Decisions on CD-ROM.
House of Representatives, which passed a federal reporter shield law by a veto-proof 398-21 vote last fall.
opinions, which may be signed or per curiam, are released in printed form, are published in the Federal reporter, and constitute the law of the circuit.