Post any questions about legal terminology here.

Views: 210

Replies to This Discussion

Hi! During a judgment the other day, the judge said something that I wrote out as "mont may gro" order. He defined it as an order that was final unless there was a substantial change in circumstances.. or something along those lines. My audio failed that day, so I can't listen to it. I may have missed a syllable because I know I was trailing at that point and the word really threw me. Any ideas?

Thanks!
Heather
Sounds like the word Montenegro. Have you Googled that?
That's it! Thanks so much!
Sounds like "ambunct"

Q Like is there any impairment under the AMA Guidelines specifically for this problem in the area of pain management?
A I have been made aware that there has been a change now of like an ambunct decision regarding the deficiency in the AMA Guidelines to equate disability with impairment, and I'm not a hundred percent .....

My proofer suggested adjunct, but it clearly does not sound the same on the audio. Have tried every spelling I can think of and can't find anything that works. Thanks!
Could it be "ad hoc," which mean "for this purpose"?
I started thinking -- maybe this is a French or Latin term....anyone out there that might recognize the word I'm looking for?
I think it is "en banc." I have heard this term used a lot with the word "decision" after it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/En_banc
I think that's it. Thanks! Looks familiar, but it didn't come to me, so thanks for the help. Dawn :)
I think that sounds right.

RSS

© 2019   Created by Kelli Combs (admin).   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service