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Law affording grounds for legal action
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8 September 2014 - US genetic variation and function analysis specialist Illumina Inc (NASDAQ:ILMN) unveiled today the establishment of the Actionable Genome Consortium (AGC), intended to recommend openly published standards for the broad use of next-generation sequencing (NGS) to guide decision-making in clinical oncology.
Leveraging past engagements in business strategy, technology innovation, data governance, and information security will help our client with an encompassing roadmap from which business, operational and technology risks can be managed,” explained Jeffrey Wu, CEO of Actionable Strategies.
By providing detailed notification of potential threats as they're identified, the service delivers actionable information that maximizes IT resources and helps users mitigate vulnerabilities before they can be exploited.
In the 1980s and '9os, state and federal courts took, as Justice Antonin Scalia noted in the Oncale opinion, "a bewildering variety of stances" on this issue: Some held that same-sex harassment claims were not actionable under any circumstances; others, that they were actionable if the harasser was gay and therefore motivated by sexual desire; still others, that they were actionable under any circumstances.
Actionable Strategies is driving global business across growing regions in markets that require investment capital," explained Jeffrey Wu, CEO of Actionable Strategies.
com)-- Actionable Strategies, a boutique consulting firm serving financial services clients globally, has established a master data management program and data policies for one of the top ten banks and asset managers in the world.