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The IRS contended the requested documents were necessary to determine the accuracy of Maxey's income tax returns for 1992 to 1994, as well as to ascertain whether he had committed any criminal tax offense.
The IRS contended that AAFP was engaged in the insurance business and that the interest was taxable as an integral part of that business.
CHICAGO -- Citadel Derivatives Group LLC (Citadel Derivatives) today announced that it successfully settled one of several arbitrations it filed against American Stock Exchange (AMEX) market makers arising out of AMEX options trades that Citadel contended had been improperly cancelled.
Agency officials have long contended that environmentalists like Plambeck raise water-supply questions in an attempt to control land use.
6) Zucker, author of numerous works on the youth crime issue, contended that "In the increasing amount of youth crime hides a large social danger for the future.
In further trials with 4-year-olds, most of these youngsters contended that people can voluntarily empty their minds of all thoughts and ideas for a few minutes and that the mind of a waiting person "was not doing anything.
Nationwide never informed Charts in writing why it terminated their agreements with him, but contended that Charts had violated unidentified state law and unwritten company policy; that it did not have to show it had good cause to terminate the agreements; and that it was not required to inform Charts in writing of the reasons for his termination.
He also contended that the trial court erred in excluding the out-of-court statement of a witness.
Responses emerging from the room might prove indistinguishable from those of a native Chinese speaker, Searle contended, even though the person toiling in the Chinese Room understands neither the questions nor the answers.
The suit contended that Beadle had contacted officials at the University of New Orleans (UNO) in October 2002 to get permission to distribute a religious tract entitled: "You Can Say Anything.
Stansen said he has reviewed the CHP report, which covers more than 50 pages, and contended there is overwhelming evidence to support criminal charges against the defendants in the civil lawsuit.
Hilgard, offers a useful framework for understanding the relation of conscious to unconscious mental activity, Kihlstrom contended at the recent annual meeting of the American Psychological Association in Washington, D.