Existing hybrid vehicles perform mechanical shifting
for only the parking mechanism.
When there is capacity to accommodate girls students in first shift then why the girls have been exposed to security threat by shifting
them to second shift, they questioned.
If a court orders production of the electronically stored information anyway--because, for example, the information is available from no other source--then the court "may specify conditions for the discovery," which could, presumably, include cost shifting
Alice Garner introduces her Shifting
Shore with a discussion of the seaside as a constructed and contested place.
It is the voices of these women that provide the soul of Shifting
The credible evidence requirement, one of the three prerequisites for shifting
the burden of proof to the IRS (see page 89), may force a taxpayer to prepare for a worst-case scenario--where the taxpayer retains the burden of proof--if the court does not decide the burden issue at the trial's outset.
E: Some people see tax shifting
as an inherently radical notion.
The end result of shifting
the burden of proof could well be a more intrusive IRS, a decrease in tax revenues, and a less efficient tax system.
GM's Oldsmobile General Manager John Rock stated the difficulty in shifting
from such a system to a team-oriented organization when he said: "We still are working to change the attitude of many middle managers.
In analyzing captive insurance cases, the IRS, and now the Tax Court, have formulated a distinct theory based on the principle that an insurance relationship exists only if risk shifting
and risk distribution are present.
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The cost associated with shifting
this risk to the employer will undoubtedly force many employers to reevaluate the viability of offering health benefits through a cafeteria plan.