||Warning – Negative treatment indicated.
A negative (red) signal is given to decisions which have been subsequently
reversed, disapproved or overruled.
||Caution – Questioning or distinguishing
treatment indicated. A cautionary (yellow) signal is given
to decisions which have been subsequently distinguished, explained,
questioned or varied.
||Positive treatment indicated.
A positive (green) signal is given to decisions which have been subsequently
applied, approved, followed or affirmed.
||Neutral or citing treatment indicated.
A neutral signal is given to decisions which been either considered
or cited (also 'referred to' or 'discussed').
||Link to CaseBase entry. A citation
information signal is given to decisions for which there is only citation
Note: The CaseBase signal for a primary case is re-determined whenever
a new annotation is added to that primary case.