There is substantial public interest
at stake in these banks: they touch the lives of millions every day, while a bank in trouble also drags its stakeholders into trouble.
The accounting profession's actions to further the public interest
take a number of forms, including developing technical and behavioral standards and guidance; establishing training, development, monitoring, and enforcement processes to help ensure that those standards are applied; and promoting thought leadership programs.
Ms Elliott joins Principal Public Interest
Monitor Brendan Murphy QC and Deputy Public Interest
Monitor Janine Gleeson.
The new public interest
test was considered for the first time by the EAT in Chesterton and was construed to set a low bar for workers.
In making a PII order, the court has to balance the public interest
in the administration of justice and the public interest
in maintaining the confidentiality of certain documents where disclosure would be damaging.
Whether administrative agencies can grant public interest
standing the way that courts do is an unsettled question.
1) But this is nothing new to public interest
lawyering; a contemporary perspective.
Flipping' capital gains and personal expenses 'errors' have to be followed up with utmost vigour "in the public interest
NSU Public Interest
Day: The Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University held its 17th annual Public Interest
Law Day on February 19, where students were able to meet with representatives from 25 different organizations to discuss summer internships and clinic placements.
Concern for the public interest
, the sense of the commonwealth, is largely confined these days to high school civics courses, to the degree they are even offered.
DePaul University College of Law (Chicago, IL) has begun the publication of the "DePaul Journal for Social Justice," a new journal whose mission is to provide practitioners and academics in public interest
with a scholarly alternative to "traditional law journal publications.