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The story behind why some companies get favored treatment by Apple and Google
There must not be favored treatment for those occupying a position of public responsibility,'' Felipe said.
This Article challenges the judiciary's favored treatment of arbitration clauses and identifies several areas in which arbitration clauses are being over-enforced as a result.
Via the platform, doctors can share their favored treatment methods and 'rate' their peers' entries, ultimately influencing others' decisions and enhancing their own reputation throughout the medical community.
After the meltdown of 2008, we turned to the very politicians -- Barney Frank and Chris Dodd, both of whom got favored treatment by some of the worst actors in the crisis -- to re-write the banking laws to make sure we never faced a crisis again, a political layup if ever there was one.
Judicial buildings, the civil liberties groups argued, should stand for equality and justice for all citizens, not favored treatment for some faiths.
Either CAS or CEA is the favored treatment strategy compared to BMT alone in patients with symptomatic carotid atherosclerosis and narrowing (at least 50% by angiography or at least 70% by ultrasound) who are not generally at high risk for adverse events from CEA.
Many economists believe that the favored treatment of debt has led corporations to become overleveraged, contributing to bankruptcies during economic slowdowns.
Under the CEPA, a free trade pact Beijing offered to lift Hong Kong's economy that was badly tarnished by the SARS outbreak in 2003, Hong Kong enjoys favored treatment in the trade of certain goods, services and investment sectors in mainland China.
Is it a surprise that a credit union close to Alexandria gets the favored treatment over the locals?
As do most people, I get mad when some people get favored treatment - unless, of course, it is my family or my family's business.