Mylan finally got some of that scrutiny on Wednesday.
“The entire industry has received scrutiny, and rightly so.
Does this amount to unacceptable scrutiny, even an authoritarian turn?
He said at the time that the scrutiny became a distraction while running the company.
The program has faced intense scrutiny, since AstraZeneca and Oxford touted success in November.
DTC companies that are unable to show growth and a path to profitability will face tougher scrutiny.
A proposed union would come under scrutiny if many of the job moves in a market occur between two merging firms.
The United States has a relatively open budget, which is presented as a whole and subjected to congressional scrutiny.
Rational inquiry comprises the search for reasons for publicly accepted facts, subject to public and rational scrutiny.
(It was by subjecting laws against interracial marriage to strict scrutiny that the Court ruled, unanimously, in Loving v.
In its own SEC filings, the communications company warns investors it could face additional scrutiny because of its Chinese links.
Amazon could be benefiting from that scrutiny, said Dan Morgan, a a senior portfolio manager at Synovus Trust, in an email to Business Insider.
Withstanding such scrutiny will often depend on the ability of the production team to demonstrate the authenticity of the secretly recorded material.
Hicks left the White House in March 2018 amid increasing scrutiny of the president's handling of the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into his campaign's ties to Russia.
In the past two years, scrutiny of mainland Chinese on American campuses has intensified, and with it scrutiny of other students and researchers who are ethnically Chinese, including Chinese-Americans.
He said: "The circumstances demonstrate that the true reason for the prorogation is to reduce the time available for parliamentary scrutiny of Brexit at a time when such scrutiny would appear to be a matter of considerable importance, given the issues at stake.
Education is not a constitutional right, he wrote, “but neither is it merely some governmental ‘benefit.’ ” Undocumented migrants are not a suspect class, but their children are vulnerable, and laws that discriminate against them, while not subject to strict scrutiny, deserved “heightened scrutiny.”
Sir Graham Brady, the chairman of the Conservative backbench 1922 Committee, who is to submit an amendment to the Coronavirus Act due to be debated next week to give parliament more scrutiny of decisions, also spoke in the debate, telling Hancock political judgments would be improved if they were subject to scrutiny.
In addition to the normally high level of scrutiny accorded to a Supreme Court nominee, this nominee would have to pass an additional level of scrutiny, which is the question of whether he or she ought to receive a lifetime appointment this year, when one could be made with a broad public stamp of approval less than a year later.
4.3.20 We should ensure that appropriate scrutiny is applied to those who are in government, or otherwise hold power and responsibility, but also, as appropriate, to those who oppose or seek to influence them, such as campaigners, lobbyists, opposition parties and others; this may include scrutiny of views and arguments expressed on our output by the audience.
- the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
- a prolonged intense look
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