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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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whether or not the monitorship is successful in terms of improving
that underwent a monitorship, public officials, and attorneys involved
which monitorship reports were made publicly available.
The settlement agreement establishes the terms of the monitorship.
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Obviously, specifics for accomplishing this proposal are needed as there is a huge spread between the lack of government guidance presently existing and the guidance by mandated monitorships.
Based in Kroll's New York City office, Lenoir will apply his extensive legal, investigative and management expertise to assist major government agency clients on a wide range of issues, including special investigations, litigation support and monitorships.
Judge Mukasey will focus his practice primarily on internal corporate and other investigations, independent board reviews, corporate governance, monitorships and other similar representations.
In addition, the group offers specialized auditing and forensic skills for compliance auditing, monitorships, and evaluation of internal controls.
Baker Hostetler's New York office includes diverse practice areas, with particular depth in business, intellectual property, litigation, corporate governance and monitorships.
Steven Kestner, Executive Partner of Baker Hostetler, noted that Picard is an ideal complement to the firm's strong practice in monitorships, trusteeships and related areas of law.