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tax obstruction under the "omnibus clause" of 26 U.S.C.
held that in order to convict a person of violating the omnibus clause,
The IRS's investigation of Sorensen eventually led to a federal grand jury's indicting him on the charge of violating the omnibus clause of Sec.
7212(a)'s omnibus clause, the government must prove that the defendant "corruptly ...
John replied, "As to cases addressing whether a same sex spouse qualifies as an insured under the omnibus clause
of an auto or homeowners policy, I don't think there are any [court cases.] I don't recall seeing one, and I at least look at every insurance law decision added to the Westlaw database on a daily basis.
An Occupational Disease under the Occupational Disease section of state law or an Occupational Disease under the catchall or omnibus clause
of the law obviates the necessity of any further burden of proof by the claimant.
The omnibus clause
may eliminate coverage with respect to persons and organizations most likely to make a claim against the policyholder.
Aguilar,(1) the United States Supreme Court ruled on questions regarding the limits of the Omnibus Clause of 18 U.S.C.
The Court, however, should have used different reasoning regarding its interpretation of the Omnibus Clause of [sections] 1503.
Because of the similarity between [sections] 1503 and its predecessor statutes, courts have looked to prior decisions by the Supreme Court involving the predecessor statutes to determine the scope of the Omnibus Clause of [sections] 1503.(29)
SUBJECT: Class Deviation--Commercial Item Omnibus Clauses
for Acquisitions Using the Standard Procurement System