Before we could even digest all of the board's exaggerated and overstated claims, Midstates (MPO) released a statement refuting entirely the board's assertions about their involvement." Icahn added that he understands Midstates' frustration, namely that it's "inherently impossible" to negotiate with a party that demands "unreasonable and onerous terms" and "chilled the bidding by intentionally mischaracterizing
interactions with would-be bidders and putting conditions into the process that make it almost impossible for many bidders to come forward." Icahn reiterated that he believes SandRidge's strategic review process is a "disingenuous sham" and urged SandRidge holders to vote Icahn's GOLD card.
Once again Greg Abbott is mischaracterizing
the facts about that fee.
Haqqani has blamed media reports for mischaracterizing
his account of the letter sent by President Barack Obama to his Pakistani counterpart Asif Ali Zardari seeking a major reversal of its policy over Jihadi groups to bring an end to terrorism in South Asia.
Total attempted to cover up the true nature of the illegal payments by entering into sham consulting agreements with intermediaries of the Iranian official and mischaracterizing
the bribes in its records as legitimate "business development expenses" related to the consulting agreements.
Some of these decisions generated criticism from both liberal and conservative Justices for mischaracterizing
contrary precedents rather than admitting that the Court was effectively overruling them.
This misperception could have been corrected if NCR had followed through in contacting the bishops' conference before mischaracterizing
the engagement of the U.S.
Recently, UNMIS complained that a Sudanese newspaper falsified an interview with Qazi, mischaracterizing
his views by distorting an interview he had made with an Egyptian newspaper.
"The reporter knew this fact yet opted to bury that vital detail in the 18th paragraph of his story, after mischaracterizing
the paper as a Marine Corps study 10 times prior to referring to the author's disclaimer," he added.
Shareholders accused San Juan-based First BanCorp of inflating its stock price by mischaracterizing
Shame on you for mischaracterizing
it as a boon-doggle.
The violations included knowingly applying the "wrong definition of total disability" in its claims-handling; selecetively and inappropriately using independent medical examinations and other medical information to the company's own advantage; and mischaracterizing
certain nonsedentary nursing occupations as sedentary, which required policyholders to find "sedentary nursing work" instead of receiving benefits.