(1) A former Berlusconi aide, Valter Lavitola, is also on trial for being the alleged intermediary in the bribe.
(2) Unfortunately, due to confidentiality clauses that have been imposed on us by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, we are unable to provide our full names and … titles … However, we believe the evidence that will be submitted will validate the statements that we are making in this submission.” The submission detailed specific allegations – including names and dates – of sexual abuse of child detainees, violence and bullying of children, suicide attempts by children and medical neglect.
(3) Villagers, including one man who has been left disabled and the relatives of six men who were killed, are suing ABG in the UK high court, represented by British law firm Leigh Day, alleging that Tanzanian police officers shot unarmed locals.
(4) They had allegedly agreed that Younous would not be charged with any crime upon his arrival there and that he would not be detained in Morocco for longer than 72 hours.
(5) 2.39pm BST The European Union called for a "thorough and immediate" investigation of the alleged chemical attack.
(6) She was not aware that it was an assassination attempt by alleged foreign agents.” If at least one of the women thought the killing was part of an elaborate prank, it might explain the “LOL” message emblazoned in large letters one of the killers t-shirts.
(7) The current of research on the alleged activity of such "inhibitors" is taken into consideration.
(8) The matter is now in the hands of the Guernsey police and the law officers.” One resident who is a constant target of the paper and has complained to police, Rosie Guille, said the allegations had a “huge impact on morale” on the island.
(9) The Labour MP urged David Cameron to guarantee that officers who give evidence over the alleged paedophile ring in Westminster will not be prosecuted.
(10) When allegations of systemic doping and cover-ups first emerged in the runup to the 2013 Russian world athletics championships, an IOC spokesman insisted: “Anti-doping measures in Russia have improved significantly over the last five years with an effective, efficient and new laboratory and equipment in Moscow.” London Olympics were sabotaged by Russia’s doping, report says Read more We now know that the head of that lauded Moscow lab, Grigory Rodchenko, admitted to intentionally destroying 1,417 samples in December last year shortly before Wada officials visited.
(11) The New York Times also alleged that the Met had not passed full details about how many people were victims of the illegal practice to the CPS because it has a history of cooperation with News International titles.
(12) Asked whether the 2022 bid should be reopened in the wake of the allegations in the Sunday Times, Cameron said: "There is an inquiry under way, quite rightly, into what happened in terms of the World Cup bid for 2022.
(13) "I did so in protest at using unethical ways to make unjust allegations, therefore I hereby withdraw my complaint against this artist."
(14) Hogan-Howe said allegations, from three whistleblowers, that there is widespread manipulation of the figures are currently being investigated.
(15) Likewise, Blanchett's co-star Alec Baldwin appeared to call for an end to the public nature of the row, terming Dylan's allegations "this family's personal struggle".
(16) An Associated Press analysis found no evidence that Texas authorities were investigating threats to pharmacies, though the Oklahoma attorney general said he was examining an alleged bomb threat to a pharmacy in Tulsa .
(17) In a 2012 study submitted to the UN, the Petersburg-based centre alleged that Roma and migrants were routinely subjected to police torture .
(18) The prime minister sent back a letter dismissing his allegations.
(19) Time suggests that the FBI inquiry has been extended from a relatively narrow look at alleged malpractices by News Corp in America into a more general inquiry into whether the company used possibly illegal strongarm tactics to browbeat rival firms, following allegations of computer hacking made by retail advertising company Floorgraphics.
(20) It would seem that Cameron's repeated high-profile speeches on immigration may have more to do with meeting the political challenge of Ukip than grappling with any alleged problem of benefit or health "tourism".
(n.) The act or process of litigating; a suit at law; a judicial contest.
(1) A preliminary "profile" of the patient with low back pain who would likely benefit from manual therapy included acute symptom onset with less than a 1-month duration of symptoms, central or paravertebral pain distribution, no previous exposure to spinal manipulation, and no pending litigation or workers' compensation.
(2) The clinical evaluation requires knowledge of the characteristics of physician substance abuse, of emotional disturbances including suicidality, of the emotional impact of litigation, and of the underlying causes of such unethical conduct as inappropriate prescribing of controlled substances and sexual contact with patients.
(3) RBS says Green & Co is the "practising name of solicitors employed by the Royal Bank of Scotland Group", while Lloyds says SCM is "part of the in-house litigation department of Lloyds Banking Group ".
(4) Its response was an “engagement and litigation strategy coordinated and aligned across the Group”.
(5) The litigation revealed that Mr Mercer, who had a history of infiltrating peace groups such as CND, had disguised his dealings with BAE from his home in Loughborough.
(6) "While it is true that legal aid is higher per capita in the UK than in almost all other countries in Europe, our judicial and court costs are much lower per capita," he told the Harbour Litigation Funding lecture.
(7) Such a complication tends to be the subject of litigation and medicolegal assessment.
(8) Some psychiatrists misuse theoretical concepts beyond their generally accepted dimensions in an attempt to support a conclusion favorable to a litigant or defendant.
(9) A specialist in commercial litigation,Vos, 56 next week, also took a strong interest in widening access to the legal profession, chairing the Social Mobility Foundation and advising the last Labour government.
(10) We regret this situation has resulted in litigation, however it is our sincere hope that the matter can be resolved amicably.
(11) That lesson also is for Labor when it comes to climate: we have got to re-litigate the case and I don’t think Labor was expecting that we’d have to go back to first principles,” Shorten said.
(12) Jeff Zent, a spokesman for Dalrymple, said it's the governor's "standing policy not to comment on litigation".
(13) Consequently, dentists may find it helpful to be aware of the somewhat unique nature of litigation arising out of professional services provided with respect to periodontal disease.
(14) The Yankees president, Randy Levine, and Cashman had a conference call with Tim Lentych, the head athletic trainer at the player development complex in Tampa; Rodriguez; and Jordan Siev, co-head of the US commercial litigation group at Reed Smith.
(15) The basis of workers' compensation legislation involves workers giving up their common-law right to litigate for losses owing to occupational injuries (including pain and suffering) in exchange for guaranteed protection against income losses.
(16) In 90% of patients, litigation was in process or under consideration.
(17) He concludes that a sensitive and effective relationship between treaters and patients remains the best safeguard against malpractice litigation.
(18) The only reason they are offering to apologise now is because 14 civil litigant cases are currently going though the courts."
(19) To those physicians who have eliminated obstetrics from their practice in the past five years, fear of litigation and increasing malpractice insurance costs were significantly more important issues than to their colleagues who had stopped doing obstetrics prior to 1976.
(20) This agreement, if approved, avoids the time and cost of litigation and allows the city to continue its focus to ensure constitutional policing and court practices, and thus provides these benefits to the citizens of Ferguson,” the statement said.