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We will not hesitate to take action, through the courts if necessary, where we believe there has been an attempt to falsify the results of TB testing.
A WIRRAL nurse who altered A&E waiting time figures to meet government targets felt "under pressure" to falsify data, a hearing was told.
He pleaded guilty to trying to falsify books and records and will be sentenced on August 2.
When Bristol-myers squibb terminated Carol Tice in 2005 for falsifying sales reports, she filed a claim with OSHA, alleging that her former employer pressured employees to falsify sales reports and that she had been fired for reporting the activity, in violation of the SarbanesOxley Act (SOX).
Bridget Maguire, defending, said Braid had deliberately failed to falsify the documents before going on leave.
The prosecution charged the infertile woman and her mother of aiding SM to falsify the birth registration.
According to the indictment, the three conspired with former Kanebo President Takashi Hoashi, 70, and former Vice President Takashi Miyahara, 64, to falsify Kanebo's financial results and submit the falsified statements to the Kanto Local Financial Bureau of the Finance Ministry in violation of the Securities and Exchange Law.
Indeed, some leading contemporary advocates of civic education frankly admit the need to sanitize and falsify history.