Legal action, such as a court trial or hearing by a government agency.
The form and manner of conducting legal business before a court or judicial officer; the series of events constituting the process through which judicial action takes place.
The judicial business before the Court or judicial officer; any step or act taken in a lawsuit from the beginning to the executing of the judgment.
Any hearing or court appearance related to the adjudication of a case.
(law) the institution of a sequence of steps by which legal judgments are invoked
a matter held in open court with at least one of the parties present in a case in which oral argument or testimony is given
Involves the court in some type of activity. May include the admission of a will to probate in: an informal proceeding conducted by the probate register (this may be done by mail and does not involve a court hearing), or a formal proceeding conducted by the judge in a courtroom hearing after proper notice to interested persons.
Any investigation or hearing or series of investigations or hearings initiated by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation where the outcome of such investigation or hearing or series of investigations or hearings potentially could result in discipline against the insured physician's license to provide health care services to patients. Such discipline includes, but is not limited to: non-renewal, revocation, termination, suspension, restriction or probation of the insured physician's license to provide health care services to patients.
the succession of events constituting the process by which judicial action is invoked and utilized pursuant to procedure
A legal action. Conducting juridical business before a court or judicial officer.
The conduct of business before a Judge, Magistrate or administrative hearing officer.
a type of lawsuit. In Housing Court a nonpayment proceeding seeks past-due rent; a holdover proceeding seeks possession of the premises.
A case being considered by a court. The filing of an application, information, or statement of claim commences a proceeding.