reasoned opinion

noun

  • Jurisprudence
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Procedural Law and Evidence

Definitions of reasoned opinion

  • an opinion or decision that someone has reached after a lot of thought and based on the information and knowledge available

    She was asked to give a reasoned opinion regarding the issue at hand.

Phrase Bank for reasoned opinion

  • To date, it has not complied with the Commission’s reasoned opinion.

  • If the Commission finds the response to be unsatisfactory, the Commission may “send a reasoned opinion to the member states.

  • In a well-reasoned opinion, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that the GOOGLE trademark has not suffered death by genericide.

  • The Court of Appeal, presided over by Madame Justice Edwina Grima, observed that the approach adopted on appeal was for the court to refrain from varying the reasoned opinion of the first court, unless there was evidence of a mistake of law or of fact.

  • We are appreciative that Judge Tiger took the time in a lengthy and well-reasoned opinion to show where the line for 101 is drawn.

  • The Supreme Court should affirm the reasoned opinion of the 6th Circuit.