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Willfully failing to make a Federal tax return in violation of the Federal tax laws, or willfully evading, attempting to evade, or participating in any way in evading or attempting to evade any assessment or payment of any Federal tax" qualifies as sanctionable, disreputable conduct.
While it clearly is good practice to issue litigation hold notices in writing, the court in Steuben Foods reasoned that the plaintiff's decision to issue the hold notice only orally was not sanctionable," Smith adds.
Meanwhile, the Senate requires certification from a person that they are not engaging in sanctionable activities.
204) Hence, lawmakers must be careful to differentiate between criminally sanctionable conduct and constitutionally protected speech.
According to that principle, any determination of what constitutes a sanctionable rule violation and what sanctions may be imposed must be done in accordance with the law in effect at the time of the allegedly sanctionable conduct, and new rules and regulations do not apply retrospectively to facts that occurred before their entry into force.
The negotiation of short sales by anyone other than an attorney may be an unlicensed practice of law and could be sanctionable.
This will prove especially true of those people subject to the "workfare" element - aka slave labour punishment schemes - where anything other than blind unquestioning obedience, of the sort favoured by totalitarian regimes throughout history, will be classed as the sanctionable offence of "refusal to work".
disciplinary case has found a lack of thoroughness to be sanctionable where the advice given was not prejudicial to the client" (Estrada 2009, 17).
This report highlights open source information that, following further investigation by the State Department, could contribute to the identification of persons or firms whose activities may be sanctionable under ISA, as amended by CISADA.
According to the report, though the GAO examined sales before the signing of the updated sanctions in July 2010, the report "highlights open source information that, following further investigation by the State Department, could contribute to the identification of persons of firms whose activities may be sanctionable under ISA [Iran Sanctions Act of 1996], as amended by CISADA.
82) As the Federal Circuit has warned, an appeal as to which "no basis for reversal in law or fact can be or is even arguably shown," is frivolous as filed and sanctionable because it "unnecessarily wastes the limited resources of the court as well as those of the appellee, and therefore should never have been filed at all.
It seems like the bill has prospective application, but we don't know as we sit here today whether paying that claim is going to be sanctionable.