PROA

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AcronymDefinition
PROAPrivate Right of Action (legal term)
PROAPretax Return on Assets
PROAProtected Attributes
PROAPolarized Refrigerant Oil Additive
PROAPennsylvania Residential Owners Association
PROAProbability of Reversal of Anesthesia
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44-5-23, a statute concerning the assessment of back taxes, permits a private right of action entitling it to a refund or adjustments to future tax bills.
Sweeney, who attended the arguments, said Jones probed Labor's attorney, Michael Shih, with questions on how the BICE "could be Cyharmonized' with the statutory Cyeligible investment advice arrangement' exemption, the basis for the DOL's authority over individual retirement accounts, and whether the BICE impermissibly creates a private right of action.
Sweeney, who attended the arguments, said Jones probed Labor's attorney, Michael Shih, with questions on how the BICE "could be 'harmonized' with the statutory 'eligible investment advice arrangement' exemption, the basis for the DOL's authority over individual retirement accounts, and whether the BICE impermissibly creates a private right of action.
She also suggested that Chyna "likely has a private right of action against [Rob] for money damages for the emotional distress he has surely caused her.
Specifically, the Air Carrier Access Amendments Act will: Strengthen ACAA enforcement to include specific protections of the rights of passengers with disabilities and a private right of action.
determine whether a private right of action is available for the
upon the private right of action under section 10(b) and Rule 10b-5 to a
The rule affords a private right of action to plan sponsors, plan participants, and owners of IRAs.
NAFA's lawsuit further alleges that the rule "creates a private right of action, which only Congress can do," and that the "DOL's decision to include fixed indexed annuities (FIAs) under the Best Interest Contract Exemption (BICE) in the final rule -- rather than under the less onerous PTE 84-24 as originally proposed -- with no opportunity for meaningful comment and without adequate justification was arbitrary and capricious.
The TCPA provides a private right of action for injunctive relief, actual monetary loss or $500 per violation, and up to $1,500 for knowing or willful violations.
law does not provide a federal private right of action for trade secret misappropriation.
The Conscience Protection Act will address the deficiencies that block effective enforcement of existing laws, most notably by establishing a private right of action allowing victims of discrimination to defend their own rights in court.