legal crisis

legal crisis

Medtalk Any event with a potentially adverse impact on a particular physician, health care organization or service–eg, a civil suit, indictment, or administrative action, and result in subpoenas, search warrants, and/or employee interviews
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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All issues will pale compared to the legal crisis that is at the heart of Israel's 21st general election.
Experts believe that the government should decide the fate of existing laws in erstwhile Pata at the earliest before they are challenged in superior courts, which might result in a legal crisis.
Pakistan has been facing tough economic, financial and legal crisis from the last few decades.
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According to him, Macedonia is in a legal crisis and such a step of amnesty would be very harmful.
The Law and Life Establishment will implement three programs namely the commercial legislations for entrepreneurs, the tenders and contracts management, the successful negotiation for contracts and legal crisis management'.
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serious election manipulation were some of the reasons that led to a serious political and legal crisis," says Constitutional Law Professor Osman Kadriu.
Saadi Ahmed Bira, member of the political bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan said in a press statement that "the Kurdistan region is going through a political and legal crisis at the moment", adding that "the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan does not mediate between the Democratic Party and the Tagheir Movement.
There is also the issue of a tele-com company failing the constitutional test for corporation ratios and scouting legislative sponsors to avert the legal crisis?
The Fire Next Door: From Legal Crisis to Moral Crisis
Josh Galper, a former Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe partner who co-led the firm's legal crisis management practice, the first of its kind at a major law firm, and is now the general counsel of a tech start-up, adds, "The crisis team needs to be multi-disciplinary and proactive, both in planning for a crisis and responding to one, and it needs to have the authority to make decisions on a dime."