It sheds light on the idea that we are able to think, feel, or act this way only because of particular privileges that we do not even deserve in the first place.
For a person, group, or subculture to foreshadow another is symptomatic of a privilege being enjoyed, sometimes acknowledged, but often unchecked.
For instance, we speak of someone having "VIP privileges
" at a club, or certain privileges
that come with a high-ranking position within a company or the government.
A delegated authority to write privileges
that enables an agency to shield its own communications from disclosure will allow the agency to insulate itself from external review and oversight.
judges, and the like), government should not grant privileges
to anyone, but should instead equally protect the rights of everyone.
793 (2012), the taxpayer claimed the tax practitioner and work product privileges
in an attempt to avoid turning over to the government documents related to advice it had received on the tax treatment of certain transactions.
Equally, it makes sense that parties who negotiate a corporate acquisition should expect that the privileges
of the acquired corporation would be incidents of the sale, subject to the terms of any agreements.
3) Congress did not believe that the right to this information was absolute and carved out exemptions in the FOIA retaining privileges
that were available at common law.
GAO was asked to testify on (1) how VA credentials and privileges
physicians working in its medical facilities and (2) the extent to which VA has implemented the three recommendations made in GAO's May 2006 report that address VA's privileging requirements.
Because established legal privileges
provide insufficient protection for companies, many commentators have suggested application of the self-critical analysis privilege
1) Has a prosecutor or government investigator (federal, state, or local) ever requested your business or organizational client to waive the attorney-client or work-product privileges
in connection with an investigation?
In compiling the survey I read countless responses from readers saying they give out of gratefulness for all of God's gifts--their privileges
, in other words.
In such situations, however, society has made the value judgment that the benefits derived from those privileges
outweigh the costs of denying others access to the information.
Taxpayers may be required to waive the privileges
for the tax advice that is disclosed to the auditors, and also for all other tax advice on the same subject.
8) The Federal Rules of Evidence invite courts to consider recognizing new evidentiary privileges
according to "the principles of the common law .