violation of law

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Levine concluded that the Baiton opinion, though flawed analytically, reached the correct result by holding that an employee need not notify an employer of an alleged violation of law before filing suit if the employee has merely objected to, or refused to participate in, the violation of law.
The letter from the SEC states that this informal inquiry should not be construed as an indication by the SEC or its staff that any violation of law has occurred, or as an adverse reflection upon any person, entity or security.
section] 1001, it is a violation of law to knowingly and willfully make any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation in a matter within the jurisdiction of a federal agency.
Section 423 of the Senate bill would disallow a deduction for certain fines, penalties, or other amounts paid at the direction of a government entity in relation to a violation of law, investigation, or inquiry into a potential violation of law.
How could the state Joint Legislative Audit Committee find violations of law in the planning of Belmont; the Los Angeles Unified School District's inspector general find further violations of law in the construction of Belmont; and the Internal Revenue Service issue a letter of intent to the LAUSD regarding the financing of Belmont, yet Cooley finds no violation of law at all?
The letter from the SEC states that the inquiry should not be construed as an indication by the SEC or its staff that any violation of law has occurred, or as an adverse reflection upon any person, entity or security.
To issue such an order, the Board must make each of three findings: (1) that the respondent engaged in identified misconduct, including a violation of law or regulation, an unsafe or unsound practice or a breach of fiduciary duty; (2) that the conduct had a speci- fied effect, including financial loss to the institution or gain to the respondent; and (3) that the respondent's conduct involved either personal dishonesty or a willful or continuing disregard for the safety or soundness of the institution.
They are in the best position to determine if the president should be charged with any violation of law.
While this ruling gave some discretion to the Lottery Commission as to how they will honor the judicial mandate to correct their violation of law, we believe the only proper course is through our elected representatives in a deliberative and public legislative process," states Nicholas Roxborough, partner of RPN and the lead attorney who argued the case for the petitioners in December of last year.
To issue such an order, the Board must make each of three findings: (1) that the respondent engaged in identified misconduct, including a violation of law or regulation, an unsafe or unsound practice or a breach of fiduciary duty; (2) that the conduct had a specified effect, including financial loss to the institution or gain to the respondent; and (3) that the respondent's conduct involved either personal dishonesty or a willful or continuing disregard for the safety or soundness of the institution.
The Board concludes that a violation of law is a factor it must consider in determining whether a proposal under section 4(c)(8) would produce net public benefits.
Conceding that mistakes were made in the campaign, an unapologetic Ickes declared: ``I want to state categorically that I know of no violation of law or inappropriate actions by the president or vice president.