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The slogan also violated the rule against characterizing a firm's skills, reputation, character, or record unless it is objectively verifiable.
God does exist, and we know this because we know that rape and murder are objectively wrong.
The issue of whether a statement is objectively or subjectively false arises in Omnicare because it is a Section 11 matter.
Although Galperina rejects the idea that a pet can be objectively valuable to a person, in fact it can be.
Again the tribunal agreed that the ex-partner had been discriminated against because of his age, but felt the treatment could be objectively justified because the firm's aim was to reduce the effect of "intergenerational unfairness whereby younger partners would contribute more and more as active partners against the prospect of receiving a smaller and smaller pension themselves when they came to retire".
Discriminate indirectly against you - that is to apply a criterion, provision or practice which disadvantages your particular age unless it can be objectively justified;
For instance, if a client interest is directly adverse to the practitioner's own interest, it is unlikely that the latter could act objectively.
In using the Colpexin sphere pull test to objectively assess pelvic floor musculature strength and tone, a tensiometer is attached to the sphere and then the patient is asked to contract her pelvic floor muscles.
This software tool is based on 24 distinctive characteristics to objectively evaluate the opportunity.
Again, an occurrence must be objectively unforeseeable, not merely unanticipated.
This data can be used to objectively assess the possibility of future activity in Japan's active faults.
The court held that the police officers' decision to detain the arrestees overnight rather than issuing desk appearance tickets (DATs) which were authorized under state law, was not objectively unreasonable.