Sentences with phrase «to violate»
«Climate change is one of our world's most pressing issues, and I've made addressing it a top priority in my campaign and have pledged to hold the fracking industry accountable for violating
Pennsylvania's environmental laws,» Shapiro told Think Progress, a website sponsored by the embattled Center for American Progress.
The very last image in this post is uncalled for — rank name calling — violates
WUWT policy and standards.
The aforementioned examples all qualify as emergencies that justify violating
the speed limit.
This bill also makes it an offense for a commercial breeder to operate or maintain a controlling interest in any other shelter or to violate
any provision of this bill.
The Court in Hamdan I also found that the CSRTs violated
Common Article 3 of the Third Geneva Convention, which states that signatories must provide minimum provisions to persons detained outside the combat, including prohibitions on passing judgement without judicial guarantees.
In her lawsuit, the Tenant argued that the Law Firm violated
the Act by failing to provide in the Notice a thirty-day validation notice, as required by the Act; by failing to make disclosures in the Notice that it was trying to collect a debt, as required by the Act; and also that the Notice contained threats that the Law Firm could not legally carry out.
This order was issued due to a breach of a settlement between ZTE and the US government after ZTE was found violating
Iran and North Korea
We've become so accustomed to using the Internet and using these [online] tools; we sometimes use them in situations that violate
our client confidences.»
That leads us to believe that the scientist in question is guilty of violating
his employment contract.
The indictment turns this into a federal felony conspiracy charge by arguing that she did this in concert with others to obtain information and to further tortious conduct — intentional infliction of emotional distress — violating
the felony provisions of 18 U.S.C. 1030 (a)(2).
On Tuesday the attorney Susan Segal, hired by SUSD, reported to the Governing Board that the now former CFO did, in fact, violate
state law by signing checks to the consulting firm which the CFO had a financial and family (her sister) interest in.
It then ordered Knorr — a $ 7.7 billion company that develops, manufactures, and sells rail and commercial vehicle equipment — and Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corp., a $ 3.88-billion global rail equipment supplier that provides a wide range of equipment used on passenger and freight trains, to end the agreements as they were found to violate
Radio and television stations are required to renew their licenses periodically, and those licenses can be revoked if the station's owner violates
FCC regulations or other laws.
The court asked the trial court to determine whether the education budget, as a whole, violates
the state constitution.
Allergan alleged that Apotex had violated
its patents, and a settlement between the parties would prevent Apotex from selling the drug commercially.
(Page 11) · «We found no evidence in the CRU emails to suggest that NOAA violated
its obligations under the IQA.»
if you are pulled over in Municipal Judge, City of Sinton San Patricio for violating
a traffic law, you can expect to become the proud recipient of a traffic violation, courtesy of your Municipal Judge, City of Sinton San Patricio law enforcement.
I have not considered this argument in depth, but I will certainly look in my future research at whether the unilateral revocation of a notification could be held to violate
any legitimate expecations created for the actors that you refer to.
When the terms are violated
in an act of alienation, the conditions of man's tenure in creation (the Garden) are so altered that he must be expelled.
Integration: The practice of including sales before and after an offering with sales during the offering to test whether maximums were violated
for Regulation A offerings.
But Gov. Scott McCallum used his line-item veto to remove the penalties for violating
the new standards, saying they were onerous to dog owners.
The senior DE was charged with assault after spitting in the face of an officer last year and is accused of consuming alcohol on or around April 21st, thus violating
the terms of the plea deal that stemmed from the November incident.
A district court has held that a 2007 law amending the Texas Pledge of Allegiance to include the phrase «one state under God» does not violate
the Establishment Clause.
The researchers were found to have violated
Britain «s Freedom of Information laws.
Colwell felt violated
and refused to continue to work as long as Krauel was her boss.
On October 26 this past year Sony Entertainment Robots America sent AiboPet a letter notifying him that he had violated
the DMCA and demanding that he remove all software based on their proprietary code from his Web site.
Mastro accused the party of violating
their first agreement and it was subsequently found in contempt).
We delete comments that violate
our policy, which we encourage you to read.
H. Florida Alliance of Planned Parenthood Affiliates, Inc. reserves the right to block any User who it deems in its sole discretion to have violated
these terms and conditions and to remove, at its sole discretion, any statements or materials posted on or transmitted via the Web Site.
Sean Wu, who studies heart stem cells at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, says the NIH notice prompted Stanford to urge scientists to be sure their experiments didn't violate
the new rules.
I expect that I have violated
a cultural shibboleth here.
In the 2016 decision Garreton v Complete Innovations Inc. 18 Pattillo J. stated that he disagreed with Price J.'s decision in Keegan and held that a termination clause that potentially violates
the ESA in the future is void.
During the previous school year, a Christian fraternity had expelled several students for violating
their behavior policy.
If not tailored to specific job positions and used as part of a plan designed to guard against disparate impact discrimination, background checks can lead an unwitting employer to violate
federal anti-discrimination laws.
IBFAN is telling you that our monitoring of the situation around the world shows Nestlé and Danone continue to systematically violate
the Code and Resolutions and your impact in bringing them into FTSE4Good has only made things worse.
In the 1960s, chemists also became interested in this peculiar topology because theoretical calculations had predicted properties, which would violate
one of the most important laws of chemistry concerning the stability of molecules.
On December 11, the SEC issued a cease-and-desist order against a California-based startup which had violated
that very standard.
provisions for the removal from the classroom, school property and school functions of students and other persons who violate
At no time between those interviews and the June 26 letter reporting the Ethics Board's findings and recommended penalties, which include public apologies for violating
the ethics law, were the council members either informed that ethics panel had found merit in the complaint or given an opportunity to respond to allegations lodged by other witnesses.
Citing an unnamed source, Bloomberg reported that the FTC would examine whether the social-media company violated
a 2011 consumer consent agreement over Facebook's handling of users» data and how it notifies them of changes to its policies.
However, from its conception by the NS government of the time, many lawyers and commentators raised alarm bells about whether it violated
the Charter, and predicted a challenge to it — which is just what occurred.
You may not know or realize that your rights have been violated
TreeHouse Foods Inc. along with its wholly owned subsidiaries Bay Valley Foods LLC and Sturm Foods Inc. filed a lawsuit against Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. (GMCR) and Keurig Inc., accusing them of violating
federal antitrust laws to maintain a monopoly over the single-serve brewer cup market.
But since the chorus of calls for Paladino to step down or be removed, legal experts have pointed out that he has protection for his offensive remarks under the First Amendment and the board may have to make another case that he violated
policy or code of conduct to be removed.
Wisconsin Public Radio reports that Madison fire officials found that multiple locked exit doors violated
city fire safety ordinances.
The chambers judge found that the bylaws had been violated
, and denied relief from them.
As noted in this prior post, a Sixth Circuit panel earlier this month indicated that all three members would strongly recommend» en banc review of the «important question» of «whether the continuing use of acquitted conduct as a sentencing enhancement violates
United States v. Booker, 543 U.S. 220 (2005).»
If the bill passes, Cuomo said the state of New York will sue the federal government for violating
the rights of Americans.
You may not use a user/account name that is considered by Koch Media to be vulgar or otherwise offensive, infringes any trademark or other proprietary rights of others, is already in use, or is used in any way that violates
the Terms or any laws or regulations.
Either you didn't agree to the license, and therefore had no right to do as you did; or you did agree and still violated
the terms of the license anyway.
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