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shall take such action as is deemed necessary to protect the integrity of the Certification Program, including without limitation further oral and written contacts with the misappropriating person, suspension of membership in NPCA, and appropriate remedies through legal action, including litigation to obtain a cease and desist order and/or monetary damages.
of abusing his public position, misappropriating DVDs confiscated from illegal workers and demanding Dh3,000 in bribe from a Pakistani trucker.
Ibrahim Akhunzada, who replaced Amanullah Hotaki last month, told Pajhwok Afghan News his predecessor was involved in misappropriating the council's budget during his two years stay in office.
Two European Commission officials sacked in 1995, Greece's Georges Tzoanos and France's Pascal Chtillon were found guilty on 25 September of misappropriating European subsidies from the Tourism division of the Directorate-General for Enterprise Policy (ex-DGXXIII) of which Mr Tzoanos was Head of Unit between 1989 and 1995.
McGraw-Hill said it filed the suit against Cahners for "illegally and systematically misappropriating.
Kawada was charged with obtaining a bank guarantee of 6 million Australian dollars under false pretenses, misappropriating a Gold Coast property and 374,182 Australian dollars belonging to Yazawa, 22 charges of forgery and 13 charges of making a false written statement with intent to deceive Yazawa.
DIRECTV is turning up the heat on restaurants and bars that are misusing or misappropriating DIRECTV programming and recently obtained a $50,000 judgment against a New York bar.
The Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC) on Tuesday filed a criminal complaint against former officers of the closed Export and Industry Bank (EIB) and two officers of Arthaland Corporation for misappropriating bank funds worth almost P10-million.
Summary: A department director at a government educational establishment and two others have been referred to the Abu Dhabi Criminal Court by the Abu Dhabi Financial Crimes Prosecution on charges of misappropriating public funds, rigging supplying contracts and damaging the interests of the workplace of the first accused.
An accountant at a commercial bank operating in the Sultanate was recently nabbed by the Royal Oman Police (ROP) after the bank filed a report to the Directorate-General of Criminal Investigations stating that he had been misappropriating funds.
The Dubai Court of First Instance found the 37-year-old Kenyan defendant guilty of abusing his duty at DFC and misappropriating the money.
They have been charged with misappropriating funds at exclusive Delray Beach's St Vincent Ferrer Church, allegedly spending it on property, trips to Ireland, holidays, gambling and women.