Assigning a focal point to manage conflict of interest, who will monitor, support and recommend solutions for conflict-of-interest
issues and violations.
Police officers face many of the same conflict-of-interest
problems as judges.
The authors surveyed 181 editors of peer-reviewed science and medical journals with conflict-of-interest
policies in effect during 1997.
The third level of conflict-of-interest
violation is violation of conflict of interest guidelines without a real conflict having occurred.
Another recent ruling considers the following potential conflict-of-interest
More than three-quarters of not-for-profit organizations say they have a conflict-of-interest
policy, according to the 4th annual Grant Thornton LLP National Board Governance Survey for Not-for-Profit Organizations.
Bone who had been granted an FDA conflict-of-interest
Its oversight committee is mostly exempt from state conflict-of-interest
and open-meeting laws, which is significant, because members may have a stake in the institutions upon which they will heap millions in taxpayer-financed research grants.
Personal trading and other conflict-of-interest
A recent report by the General Accounting Office (GAO) stated that the DOE's Albuquerque field office employed this novel oversight technique: They allowed contractors to make their own determinations on whether they had a conflict-of-interest
on a given project.
Butler's position as Eagle Chairman, combined with his positions as CEO of Corporex and Chairman and majority owner of Commonwealth Hotels, present a significant conflict-of-interest
LANCASTER - Campaign-sign vandalism, anonymous fliers and conflict-of-interest
accusations are normal components of Antelope Valley Hospital board elections.