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The Royal Bank of Scotland has vowed to "vigorously" defend itself against claims by the US Government it misrepresented the quality of mortgages it sold.
Failed to disclose and misrepresented information about special Benefit Enhancement Funds (BEFs) created by the 2001 legislation initially intended to fund the costs associated with the increased benefits;
Smith submitted a resume which misrepresented her as an RN and reflected work history as an RN from November 2003 through February 2005.
The infamous trial of John Scopes, who was charged for breaking a Tennessee law that forbade teaching "any theory that denies the story of divine creation of man as taught in the Bible, and to teach instead that man had descended from a lower order of animal," has been widely misrepresented.
He also shows how the mental health associations misrepresented key scientific evidence in recent court testimony.
2345 would make it a crime to knowingly cause a prescription drug to be adulterated, misbranded, or misrepresented as an approved drug and then sell or trade that drug.
She also says the article misrepresented Fst, or Wright's F statistic, in that an Fst of 15 percent does not mean that two populations differ in 15 percent of their genome.
derided AU's Lynn and wildly misrepresented AU's mailing to the Baptist leaders.
Archbishop Hutchison either misunderstood or misrepresented the church's tradition.
I asked him very specifically about the way he misrepresented the intelligence he received to the country.
My views were misrepresented in your article "The Numbers Game.
Hatfield maintains that his comments from the November 1 article were misrepresented.