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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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All too often, however, the outcome of a monitorship is disappointing, as we recently saw in the context of the national mortgage reviews.
to those outlined under Morford, requiring monitorship agreements to
Duration 18 months 18 months Extension Monitorship lasts Option 18 months; agreement expires in 24 months.
When he sensed he was losing his milk monitorship he staged a heart-tugging resignation, then set about stitching up every comrade who had ever fallen foul of his gargantuan ego.
The hung government of Gujral will have to work under the monitorship of other allied parties, particularly, the congress, who will not allow him to function independently, and in line with his party's manifesto, which will surely make the relation tense among allied parties.
WilmerHale Partners David Ogden and Ronald Machen were chosen to share independent compliance monitorship duties for Tenet Healthcare Corporation, the National Law Journal recently reported.
with individuals directly involved in the monitorship process, including
As a direct result of the federal monitorship, Wright has made significant and wide-ranging changes in corporate culture and tone at the top," First Assistant U.
Alexandra has extensive compliance and monitorship experience, which includes assessment of internal controls and procedures and the review, creation, and implementation of compliance and training programs at multinational companies and financial institutions.
As has been reported previously, following our 2009 guilty plea and settlement with the DOJ and SEC over the legacy TSKJ matter KBR was under a DOJ-approved monitorship during which our compliance program was significantly enhanced and now is extremely robust.
However, there is also a need for flexibility to tailor a monitorship to the specifics of a company and its particular organizational environment.