disgorgement : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis gawrj muhnt

  • n  the reflex act of ejecting the contents of the stomach through the mouth

  • In the suit, Cuomo is seeking payment of damages and disgorgement of all fees by Merkin, restitution, and other equitable relief.
  • In this bill they ducked the stock-option expensing; they ducked the past disgorgement, where you have to pay it back and go to jail; and they ducked corporate governance in any .
  • One immediate goal, say sources close to him, is the disgorgement of profits that executives reaped through generous allotments of IPO shares in the late 1990s--a period during .
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  • Jury finds Antonick's claim against EA has not expired in case for Madden royalties
    A California jury determined that the statute of limitations in the lawsuit filed by original Madden series creator Robin Antonick against Electronic Arts has not run out, according to a press release from Antonick's legal representatives. As a result, Antonick has been deemed eligible for unpaid royalties, as well as "punitive damages and disgorgement of all profits arising from the $5 billion ...
    June 22, 2013 - Joystiq

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