DOJ


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
DOJDepartment Of Justice
DOJDay of Judgement
DOJDate of Joining (human resources)
DOJDermatology Online Journal (est. 1995)
DOJDefender of Justice (comic)
DOJDouble Offset Joint (automotive)
References in periodicals archive ?
It has always been our avowed purpose to improve your DOJ, to make it better than when we found it," he also said.
Balmes with a fake stamp as received marking of the Office of the Commissioner, Bureau of Immigration dated December 18, 2017, was presented by the perpetrators to the Chinese nationals as proof that their respective quota visa applications have been filed,' the DOJ chief disclosed.
Aguirre has tapped the Presidential Commission on Good Government, an attached agency of the DOJ that the Duterte administration plans to abolish, to look into alleged anomalies under Bautista's watch.
As part of the DOJ resolution, General Cable will pay a penalty of approximately USD20.
DOJ alleged that Regions also "failed to review early payment default [EPD] loans in accordance with HUD guidelines.
To even be considered for any cooperation credit in a criminal or civil matter, the directives require that the company identify for the DOJ all individuals involved in or responsible for the misconduct, regardless of their position, status or seniority, to the satisfaction of the DOJ.
The companies intend to continue their discussions with the DOJ, and remain focused on completing the transaction as early as possible in 2016, but there is no guarantee that an agreement with the DOJ or other competition authorities will be reached.
This immunity reflects UBS's role as the firm that first reported potential misconduct to the DOJ, and the full cooperation provided to the DOJ and other authorities throughout the world," the bank said in a statement.
The DOJ, seemingly putting aside its request for a fresh injunction, responded by moving toward a regulatory approach that would honor the desegregation orders.
At the urging of NAA/NMHC and other industry groups, DOJ is considering an additional six-month extension to allow for clarification of the new standards.
In that paragraph, DOJ supports clarifying that disability should be evaluated without regard to mitigating circumstances, excepting glasses.
The DOJ has reviewed the proposal and advised the Board that consummation of the proposal is not likely to have a significantly adverse competitive effect in the Batesville banking market.