Under this disclosure approach, the SEC does not need to prove the existence of quid pro quo
under the federal securities laws.
34) The Fifth Circuit first explicitly described this requirement as a quid pro quo
in United States v.
Part III discusses the potential impact of the decision on trolls and others, while Part IV looks at that impact in the context of the quid pro quo
Quid Pro Quo
ended up as a Silver Birch Honour Book as did Deborah Ellis's Three Wishes.
Quid pro quo
sexual harassment is predicated upon a showing by employees that their response to unwelcome sexual advances was subsequently used as the basis for a tangible employment action.
I got to thinking about publishing in general as quid pro quo
As the First Circuit stated fifteen years ago, "[t]he gist of a quid pro quo
claim is that [an employee] is threatened by [a supervisor] with demands for a sexual encounter.
Physician involvement has been, in effect, quid pro quo
But the law clearly states that tuition payments are a personal expense, are considered quid pro quo
and are not deductible.
Robert Aurbach, general counsel for the New Mexico Workers' Compensation Administration, saw the proposal as wreaking "havoc with the quid pro quo
in every state and territorial workers' compensation system.
On appeal, the Seventh Circuit reversed, holding that Ives's abuse of Venters constituted quid pro quo
Double Dipping, Triple Dipping, Quid Pro Quo
Nepotism: all breed more greed and mediocrity at National Defence Headquarters in Ottawa.
What REASON said on quid pro quo
harassment: Jones claims [she was given] a job transfer and failed to receive merit pay increases in retaliation for having turned Clinton down.
There are two types of sexual harassment: quid pro quo
and hostile environment sexual harassment.
The Quebec Liberal party also has long supported linguistic school boards and apparently had no problem with abolishing confessional school rights but rather sought a quid pro quo
for the English-speaking community.