In addition to the inducement claim, Evans challenged the jury instructions from his trial on the grounds that they did not "properly describe the quid pro quo
requirement for conviction if the jury found that the payment was a campaign contribution.
The lower court decisions in this case reflect disagreement as to whether the conduct should be characterized as quid pro quo
or hostile work environment harassment.
This Note examines the twenty-five year history of quid pro quo
sexual harassment, from its inception in the late 1970s through its treatment over the past five years, during which its importance and utility in the harassment lexicon has been greatly diminished.
Here is a tip, the Logistics and Operational Branches are notorious and very skilled in the quid pro quo
14) In effect, Ellerth recasts the old quid pro quo
doctrine as tangible employment action doctrine.
The underlying quid pro quo
for Private Money MUST be: "we're expensive but we're fast and dependable".
Part II, in the June 2004 issue, will summarize other rules, including planned-giving techniques, contributions of donated services, quid pro quo
contributions and ordering rules for individuals with contributions subject to multiple limits.
The Crown Racing `Star Of The Future' Maiden National Hunt Flat Race gives a fine opportunity to Quid Pro Quo
The Crown Racing `Star Of The Future'Maiden National Hunt Flat Race gives a fine opportunity to Quid Pro Quo
I was told that Jo would go but that the quid pro quo
for that was that I had to go as well, " he said.
Terry McAuliffe, the Chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), issued this statement following today's revelations regarding the quid pro quo
with the Salvation Army and Bush's faith-based plan.
1) If you can't (or won't) do it, give convincing reasons up front; (2) establish the rules of engagement; (3) a mentoring relationship doesn't guarantee loyally; (4) having a protege has political risks; (5) you can't force anyone to take advice; and (6) expect a quid pro quo
Comparative reviews of problems and best practices, as well as academic research, suggest that corruption follows certain predictable routes and that precursory signs occur prior to any actual quid pro quo
The quid pro quo
for the researchers is to get the assignment.
Naturally, they'll want a quid pro quo
for such an arrangement--after all, it's going to cost them something.