Based on this understanding, some investment advisors, fund managers, broker-dealers and other financial firms that do business with public entities deploy compliance systems and risk assessment protocols that are geared to detect and prevent gifts, entertainment and benefits to personnel of public pensions and municipalities that may be construed as quid pro quo
to obtain investment businesses from such public entities.
Follow-up album Quid Pro Quo
included a new version of the band's 1986 hit In The Army Now, in support of the Help for Heroes charity campaign.
Those are far more meaningful and can be well-thought-out, but again, if they're quid pro quo
, you never know.
Despite a hernia operation early this year Rossi, 61 - who formed The Spectres in 1962 - is raring to go on tour to promote the band's new, 29th, album Quid Pro Quo
Instead, there must be an explicit quid pro quo
agreement between a contributor and public official for a campaign donation to be illegal either under the bribery statute (10) or the Hobbs Act, which bans extortion by public officials.
He said: "A few weeks into the Quid Pro Quo
UK tour I grabbed the chance to make my 100th ascent of Snowdon.
It quoted an unnamed Western source close to the talks with Israel saying: A quid pro quo
deal is in the offing.
When I was the executive member responsible and chair of the BSF Board, Cllr Jan Clein and I had a motion agreed committing the council to a quid pro quo
replacement of the current Quarry site for the open space taken for the new school on the Millbank site.
Thank you for your review of the film Quid Pro Quo
["The First Cut Is the Deepest," July 1], which highlights the issue of body integrity identity disorder, or BIID.
The Quid Pro Quo
of Patent Law." The Patent as an Exchange V.
An in house team at Mack-Cali previously handled leasing in the building, but a source revealed that the company may be handing off the assignment as part of a quid pro quo
. Newmark is buying a portion of the Gale Company, the real estate firm that Mack-Cali purchased last year for $500 million, and the source said the agency work was likely included as an added perk that will grease the wheels of the transaction.
This passage sprang to mind last winter, when Vicki Grant's lively and award-winning Quid Pro Quo
was one of the books challenged when it appeared on the Ontario Library Association's Forest of Reading Program as a Silver Birch Award nominee (to be read by children in Grades 4 to 6).
Also, if a charitable organization (except a governmental unit) receives a quid pro quo
donation exceeding $75, the organization must provide a written statement informing the donor that the donation is deductible only to the extent it exceeds the value of goods or services provided by the organization and a good faith estimate of their value.
He understands now that it was a quid pro quo
arrangement," WFTS general manager Bill Carey told the Times.
501(c)(3) entity when the charity substantiates the value, or undervaluing the quid pro quo
benefits a charity provides to a contributor in exchange for a contribution.