Tags » Fines

Disclosing Conflicts of Interest in Medical Research

Source: NutritionFacts.Org
Dr. Greger
August 30, 2016

DESCRIPTION: Billions in fines for bribery and suppressing data may just be the cost of doing business for drug companies, but surely doctors themselves have more integrity.

News

Four Airlines Fined For Misinforming Passengers About Compensation For Lost Bags & Being Bumped

If you’re involuntarily bumped from an overbooked flight, or if your bags are lost, the airline owes you some form of compensation. It turns out that four carriers — American, United, Alaska, and Southwest Airlines — haven’t exactly been forthright with all their passengers when it comes to getting what they are owed. 479 more words

First Persons Fined under Russia's Anti-evangelism Law

The first known victims of Russia’s new anti-evangelism laws have been convicted and fined, according to the Forum 18 news service.

CHR Comment: The article includes numerous examples of how the law is being enforced and the various religious groups affected. 16 more words

Modern Church

Brooklyn DA Fined $15,000 for Using Taxpayer Cash for Lunch

The city’s Conflicts of Interest Board slapped Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson with a $15,000 fine after he had members of his security detail use their personal money to buy him lunch—and then reimbursed them with taxpayer cash. 421 more words

Ken Thompson

Is it correct to speak about the ‘Scandinavian system’ when referring to day fines? On the historical origins of the day-fine system

Patricia Faraldo-Cabana
Professor for criminal law, University of A Coruña, Spain
Adjunct professor, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

patricia.faraldo@udc.es
http://coruna.academia.edu/PatriciaFaraldoCabana

One of the most influential considerations on the courts’ attitude towards penal fines is their affordability for low income offenders. 1,007 more words

2016 Articles

Trial for Missouri Clergy Who Protested in Capitol Begins

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – More than 20 clergy members dressed in religious garb and bearing crosses packed in a crowded Missouri courtroom Tuesday as their trial opened on charges stemming from a peaceful protest in the state Capitol. 320 more words

News

Tarmac delays

I opened the Youtube site yesterday and got interested in a particular video – “ITV – Britain’s Busiest Airport – Heathrow“. A 3-part series. 376 more words

Learning