ethics panel


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Noun1.ethics panel - a committee appointed to consider ethical issues
commission, committee - a special group delegated to consider some matter; "a committee is a group that keeps minutes and loses hours" - Milton Berle
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The delay meant that the ethics panel could not make a recommendation to censure or expel Oaks.
The House Ethics panel said it is also reviewing whether Farenthold or someone acting on his behalf directed his congressional staff to work on his campaigns.
The ethics panel investigation will also look into allegations that the Texas GOP representative also made inappropriate statements to other members of his staff.
Therefore, Buckley - or any other legislator who takes a regular job at any Oregon public agency - isn't subject to the lobby ing waiting period, the ethics panel said.
The ethics panel had asked the board to direct it to draft an opinion with a "safe harbor" provision to protect Florida attorneys if they split fees in cases with attorneys from other jurisdictions who work in firms that have nonlawyer owners.
For the first time since the launch of the WISH Summit, the Islamic Ethics Panel will produce a report that will include policy recommendations on how to create culturally sensitive guidelines.
In January, EASL presented an ethics panel at The Florida Bar winter meeting: Don't Get Cut by the Cutting Edge: Navigating Legal Ethics in Entertainment and Sports Law.
on the House Rajya Sabha ethics panel unanimously favours expulsion of liquor baron Mallya
The post FIFA ethics panel chamber to appeal bans for Blatter and Platini appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
The situation seems to call for action by your ethics panel to avoid a repetition of the mischief, Saguisag wrote the speaker.
The ethics panel announced the civil penalty against Mr.
Jim Clancy, the ethics panel chairman, rejected that argument and said existing law on administrative practices gave him the latitude to hold a hearing.