(239) While the holding in Averette was permissibly
abrogated by the 2007 Amendment, given that Congress was within its Constitutional-limits to promulgate the laws of the military, it is still worth briefly examining Averette.
Chevron itself recognized that agencies may permissibly
change their views concerning the meaning of statutory ambiguity, even if those changed views are due to a change in administration.
The person acting in an emergency permissibly
infringes the rights of some citizens, but a state with political authority, acting within its authority, does not infringe any rights of its citizens.
the representation will result in violation of [the] Rules of Professional Conduct or other law or regulation." (90) Further, a trial counsel may seek to withdraw from a case if she has a "fundamental disagreement" (91) with the convening authority's actions or considers them to be "repugnant" (92) or "imprudent." (93) However, whether mandatorily or permissibly
seeking to withdraw from representation, "[w]hen ordered to do so by a tribunal or other competent authority, a lawyer shall continue representation notwithstanding good cause for terminating the representation." (94)
Iranian nuclear centrifuges might have permissibly
led to military
Additionally, OSHA states that in the limited situation described in this memorandum, distributors will be allowed to ship chemicals permissibly
labeled with HCS 1994-compliant labels until December 1, 2017.
"In summary, the district court permissibly
granted Akebia's application for discovery in aid of a foreign proceeding.
Historically, DOL has used administrative PTEs to address "very fact specific transactions with respect to which relief is often conditioned on accommodating a one-size-fits-all approach and/or business model to permissibly
enter into the defined transaction," the two Chamber execs point out, adding that DOL will likely have to devote "significant resources to this process as PTEs often take several rounds of drafting to ensure that they are workable."
determine what civil servants can permissibly
do, just as they determine
* Proportionality: Constitutional rights must not be overly burdened, even when permissibly
Accordingly, if a court determined that a director met the good faith and reasonable belief standards but was nevertheless held liable under [section] 1-833 for having authorized an unlawful Distribution without exercising the care a person in a like position would reasonably believe appropriate under the circumstances, it appears the corporation would have authority under paragraph 1-851(A)(1) to permissibly
indemnify him for expenses (although not for the judgment) incurred in unsuccessfully defending the suit--unless a court read paragraph 1-202(B)(5) as establishing a rule of public policy barring permissible indemnification in any case in which a director is held liable for authorizing a Distribution in violation of [section] 1-833.
Anyway, we know that in Islam, the Muslims can do everything permissibly
unless they are forbidden to do it.