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to put it another way

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a phrase introducing a restatement of what someone, usually the speaker, has just said. Father: You're still very young, Tom. To put it another way, you don't have any idea about what you're getting into. John: Could you go back to your own room now, Tom? I have to study. Put another way, get out of here! Tom: Okay, okay. Don't get your bowels in an uproar!
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Moreover, the SEC may initiate a formal investigation into a potential restatement or fraud case; such a decision depends upon factors such as availability of resources, potential discoveries of misstatements, company-specific characteristics, and the potential relevance of the investigation on emerging accounting and financial reporting matters in the capital markets.
Additionally, are restatement characteristics really important when companies decide to fire executives?
According to the study, restatements grew from 90 in 1997 to I,5777 in 2006, accelerating by 380 percent in 200I, the year before Sarbanes-Oxley was enacted.
The major difference between the near-privity rule and the restatement rule is that the latter does not require the practitioner to know the identity of specific parties, only that they be members of a limited group known to the practitioner.
The average number of issues per restatement for 2011 was 1.
Specifically, the number of restatement announcements peaked at 1,784 in 2006, soon after implementation of SOX section 404 on internal control reporting, and they subsequently declined rapidly.
Restatements Should Be Eyed Suspiciously," read the headline of an item by Bruce Meyerson, national business writer for The Associated Press, earlier this year.
A restatement of a financial statement by the audit client;
Accordingly, the court held that the firm owed a duty to SRC's public investors to refrain from negligent misrepresentations under Restatement (second) of Torts, section 552.
The Company's first and second quarter Form 10-Q filings for the current fiscal year have all been delayed due to the restatement process and the work required for the filing of Form 10-K/A.
If certain types of restatements (that involve more important operational accounts, such as sales) are more likely to lead to future prosecution by the SEC or a private party, then corporations contemplating reporting a similar restatement in a stealthy manner may be less inclined to do so and might, instead, disclose the restatement in a more transparent manner.
Charitable organization registered by the office of the attorney general in which the restatement has resulted in an amended or superceding IRS Form 990 or 990PF.
Restatement Will Not Impact Cash Flows, Liquidity or Financial Condition of SJI