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enforcement

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Ensuring public compliance with a law, regulation, or ruling by the appropriate authorities.
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The Court of Appeals of Georgia ruled that a CPA firm could not enforce an employment termination agreement against former firm members who had left and formed a competing firm.
The committee also investigates possible ethical violations for the department, enforces the code through sanctions, rewards or disciplines code compliance or violation, and reviews and revises the code annually based on societal changes.
Sabella and others question whether NSF has the expertise or motivation to issue the environmental regulations needed to enforce the protocol.
Active Reasoning System 5 eliminates the reliance on point solutions and inefficient manual processes that make it expensive and difficult to enforce policies.
forces were sent in without an explicit go-ahead from the Security Council, but this supposed unilateralism did not make President Bush anti-UN; it did indicate that he was more determined than the UN Security Council to enforce UN demands.
But it's hard to enforce any rules on it," said Dana Gordon, executive vice president of property manager the Burak Organization.
Companies must establish and enforce a "corporate privacy policy" that is applied consistently across all of their operations, whether paper-based or online, Lyles advises.
In fact, a jury's role is not only to judge the merits of the evidence against the defendant but to also judge the merits of the laws it is being asked to enforce.
A provision in the reorganization act creating SAMHSA requires federal action to ensure that all states and territories have and enforce laws against tobacco sales to minors.
As chairman of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), I was asked to focus my testimony on current efforts to enforce fair lending laws and the steps being taken by member agencies to strengthen them.
Enhancements to Vernier's EdgeWall NAC solutions enable customers using Microsoft Network Policy Server to ensure system health and enforce validated network access policies without requiring upgrades to existing switches, routers and VPN servers.