The accused employee was served notices to explain reasons of his willful
absence but he failed to do so.
A philosophical book written for those who do not practice philosophy, Ahmed has described Willful
Subjects as the second book of a queer trilogy that includes The Promise of Happiness (2010) and What's the Use, which is a manuscript in preparation.
examiners may recommend a penalty for each year for which the FBAR violation was willful
culpability, namely gross negligence or willful
misconduct, the maximum
Further, petitioners argue that a finding of willful
infringement or other egregious conduct is not required to increase damages when looking at the plain language of Section 284.
In the case of a violation referred to in this section, it shall be a rebuttable presumption that the violation is willful
for purposes of determining relief if the violator, or a person acting in concert with the violator, knowingly provided or knowingly caused to be provided materially false contact information to a domain name registrar.
The determining factor between choosing the OVDP and the Streamlined Procedures is whether the failure to disclose foreign financial assets and income was as a result of willful
The standard applicable to taxpayers seeking to avoid gain recognition by remedying untimely or incomplete GRA filings is revised from proof that the failure to comply was "due to reasonable cause and not willful
neglect" to proof that the failure "was not willful
See Husak & Callender, supra note 62 at 42; Charlow, "Wilful Ignorance", supra note 12 at 1414-15; "Ninth Circuit Holds that Motive Is Not an Element of Willful
Blindness", Case Comment on United States v Heredia, 483 F (3d) 913 (9th Cir2007), (2008) 121:4HarvLRev 1245at 1250-51 [Commenton Heredia],
These results led ACC to tailor mishap prevention efforts to not only attack willful
noncompliance issues, but also address other issues affecting safety such as aircrew proficiency concerns, and a needed re-invigoration of the overall safety enterprise.
Milagros Casas, President from 2009 to 2012; Estelita Arada, Treasurer for 2009 to 2011 and Jonalyn Quesada, Treasurer for 2012 with four counts of willful
attempt to evade or defeat payment of income tax for 2009 to 2012 and four counts of deliberate failure to supply correct and accurate information in its annual Income Tax Returns (ITRs) for taxable years 2009 to 2012 violation of the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997.
According to RBI guidelines, willful
defaulters are mostly borrowers who are found to be engaged in deliberate nonpayment of dues despite an adequate cash flow and high net worth.