32) The court held that the Reclassification
Rule was invalid because it diverged from the meaning of the plain language of the statute.
In contemporary studies, disease reclassification
is often taken as a sign of disease progression, and defined as upgrading or upstaging at the time of repeat biopsy.
During the deferral period, entities still needed to comply with the requirements in ASC 220 for the presentation of reclassification
is no panacea for market ills, poor corporate governance or underperformance.
Lafferty added BAT will also request for reclassification
of Lucky Strike to low tier if the government will grant PMFTC's request.
The proposed reclassification
mirrors the work done several years ago by CCSB when Paint and Related Materials were evaluated.
Participants asked the IASB to clarify the accounting treatment of embedded derivatives in the reclassification
amendments to avoid divergence in practice.
On 3 June 2009 Human Resources Command released MILPER Message 09-124, "Announcement of Reclassification
Procedures for MOS 25E".
McLaren lawyer, Ian Mill QC, pointed out to the four judges presiding over the matter that there had been 26 instances in Formula One history where there had been disqualifications and a championship reclassification
However, LAPD officials said the reclassification
was disclosed in reports about crime statistics, and Chief William Bratton also brought up the change in press conferences.
His announcement follows a report from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, which apparently found the impact of smoking cannabis on mental health was more serious than previously thought, but it stopped short of recommending reclassification
WASHINGTON -- Formaldehyde, a key ingredient in the manufacture of most composite wood products, has been nominated for review and possible reclassification
by the National Toxicology Program as a known human carcinogen.