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designee

A person with delegated responsibility which, in the context of clinical trials, refers to a person who has been assigned specific duties by the principal and/or clinical investigator.
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The jobs command respect and draw veterans who are more likely to stand up to pressure from their employers and won't risk losing their "ticket" - the F designee status - by cutting corners, people in the industry say.
Approximately half of CPM designees and Candidates are employed by, or associated with, a property management division or firm of 50 or less employees.
agents with whom they are dealing cannot bind the United States to transfer any particular amount of sharing because the ultimate decision rests with the Attorney General and the Secretary of State, or their designees.
The checkbox designee would not be able to speak or correspond in response to an Underreporter issue, Examination inquiry, Appeals proceeding or collection notice unless Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative, was also filed.
Securities Exchange Commission on December 8, 2011, that it does not recognize me as Fir Tree's designee (hence shrinking the Board to six directors so that Fir Tree could name a seventh director).
Using a corporate designee notice also ensures that all records the defendant produces are identified and Bates stamped.
Once the new initiative is implemented, a taxpayer's designee will be permitted to speak directly to IRS Customer Service Representatives over the phone to provide requested information and answer questions.
Sherwood is elected to the Company's Board of Directors, he will not serve as Fir Tree's designee to the Board of Directors:
The average CPM[R] designee is 49 years old, has earned a college degree, works for a full-service real estate or property management company, and averages 22.
We believe that if anyone should be a global credential holder only, CPAs should be the designee.
According to IR-2000-23, taxpayers can identify through a checkbox on all series of Form 1040 returns (except Telefile), an individual paid preparer to serve as a designee to resolve processing-related matters.