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Member firms of the KPMG network of independent firms are affiliated with KPMG International. KPMG International provides no client services. No member firm has any authority to obligate or bind KPMG International or any other member firm vis-à-vis third parties, nor does KPMG International have any such authority to obligate or bind any member firm.
EY refers to the global organization, and may refer to one or more, of the member firms of Ernst & Young Global Limited, each of which is a separate legal entity. Ernst & Young Global Limited, a UK company limited by guarantee, does not provide services to clients.
EY refers to the global organization, and may refer to one or more, of the member firms of Ernst & Young Global Limited, each of which is a separate legal entity. Ernst & Young Global Limited, a UK company limited by guarantee, does not provide services to clients. For more information about our organization, please visit ey.com.
FEI is an acronym which stands for FDA Establishment Identifier. It is also known as the Firm or Facility Establishment Identifier. The FEI number is a unique identifier assigned by the FDA to identify firms associated with FDA regulated products.
Address information can be used to distinguish locations since each location will display a separate firm profile. If no matches on name or FEI are found, this indicates that no applicable compliance records are present for the firm.
Warning letters are considered advisory actions and the agency position is that Warning Letters are issued only for violations of regulatory significance. Significant violations are those violations that may lead to enforcement action if not promptly and adequately corrected. A Warning Letter is the agency's principal means of achieving prompt voluntary compliance with the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (the Act). The use of Warning Letters is based on the expectation that most individuals and firms will voluntarily comply with the law. Warning Letters issued to individuals and firms can be found on the Warning Letter page.
Detentions without physical examination are implemented through Import Alerts which indicate the country/area or firm and the specific product from the country/area or from the firm that is to be detained without physical examination. More information on import alerts can be found on the Import Alerts page.
The enforcement report allows the searching of classified recalls in a consolidated report of recalls classified in a weekly period of time and an advanced search which allows searching of specific fields associated with the recall such as firms, products, and classification.
Inspections can be searched using several fields such as the firm name, project area, the date the inspection ended, and classification. The inspections can also be downloaded as an xlsx file. As noted above, this database (and therefore the results) does not represent a comprehensive listing of all conducted inspections and is updated monthly.
An OAI classification may result in an action taken by FDA, so it is important to check if the firm has been sent a Warning Letter (see the Warning Letters section above) or been subject to other actions (see the Other Compliance Resources section below).
The Firm Element requirements apply to all registered persons. Each firm is required to analyze and evaluate its training needs in light of the firm's size, organizational structure, scope of business, types of products and services it offers, as well as regulatory developments and the performance of its registered persons in the Regulatory Element.
The Firm Element consists of annual, firm-developed and administered training programs designed to keep registered employees current on topics related to professional responsibility and to the role, activities or responsibilities of the registered person. The Firm Element requires broker-dealers to annually evaluate and prioritize their training needs, i.e., conduct a Needs Analysis, and develop a written plan. In planning, developing, and implementing the Firm Element training, each broker-dealer must take into consideration its size, structure, scope of business, and regulatory concerns.
Particular emphasis should be placed on changes to firm or industry demographics from the prior year. New products, new rules related to firm business and problems the firm has experienced, such as complaints, regulatory or legal actions, are other particularly important considerations.
Each firm must then administer its Firm Element Continuing Education Program in accordance with its annual Needs Analysis and written plan, and must maintain records documenting the content of the program and completion of the program by covered persons.
Taft has been named one of the 2021 Best Law Firms for Women by Seramount (formerly Working Mother Media). The list recognizes law firms that utilize best practices in recruiting, retaining, promoting, and developing women lawyers.
Larger firm with attorneys in multiple specialties. Lindsay Thompson & Larry Harris do great work for us in Real Estate & General Business respectively on a consistent basis. Our business has benefited by having an existing relationship with a firm that has attorneys in areas we use less often, but occasionally need. For Real Estate work Lindsay Thompson has been especially good at closing complicated matters, and is the most responsive attorney we have worked with.
VirginiaA practitioner is discouraged from rendering medical advice and/or care using telemedicine services without fully verifying and authenticating the location and, to the extent possible, confirming the identity of the requesting patient. Virginia Board of Medicine, Guidance Doc. No. 85-12, Telemedicine (Aug. 19, 2021) & Virginia Board of Nursing, Guidance Doc. No. 90-64, Telemedicine for Nurse Practitioners (Aug. 11, 2021).For the complete requirements, click below to download the full report.
When searching for a firm, "Less is More." The more information you enter, the LOWER your chances of making a 'hit.' For best results for looking up a specific firm, enter the Registration Number and hit apply.
If a firm received disciplinary action from the Board, it will show up in the firm's profile. However, pursuant to ARS 32-4801(A)(3), the Board cannot post on its website any disciplinary action over five years old. This does not bar the public from requesting additional information, such as whether a firm received any disciplinary action more than five years old, had a complaint dismissed or received any non-disciplinary action.
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As a leading global law firm, we take seriously our responsibility to call out and help eradicate inequality and discrimination in all its guises. We are intentional about doing so both within our own firm with and in the communities where we practice.
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