exigent


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demanding attention

requiring precise accuracy

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Acquisitions involve numerous risks, including the following: (i) difficulties in integration of the operations, technologies, and products of the acquired companies; (ii) the risk of diverting management's attention from normal daily operations of the business; (iii) risks of entering markets in which Exigent has no or limited direct prior experience and where competitors in such markets have stronger market positions; (iv) the potential loss of key employees of the acquired company; and, (v) departure of key clients of acquired companies.
The defendant also argued that drug-related crimes so frequently involve exigent circumstances that the exception to the warrant requirement threatens to become the rule.
into Exigent, after which Exigent will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Harris.
We are proud to add Broome County to our list of successful installations," said Ralph Mele, President of Exigent Computer Group.
Haurey, founder and president of Exigent Technologies (http://www.
The Wilson decision requires announcement unless an allowable exigent circumstance exists.
The defendant also argued that narcotics-related crimes so frequently involve exigent circumstances that the exception to the warrant requirement threatens to become the rule.
As the nominating firm, Exigent Technologies was also charged with several project management responsibilities for the effort.
OTC Bulletin Board: DFTC), a developer and provider of immediate intelligent messaging software solutions, announced today that Exigent Security Products, certified reseller of Defentect products, has received an order for Defentect's GammaTect sensors and proprietary DM3(TM) radiation detection technology to be integrated into the security system at a federal building located in New York City.
Settlement-in-Principle on DCAA Exigent Contract Audit
Since the officers "could have checked [the wife's] condition without entering the home," the court dismissed their exigent circumstances argument.
and NEW YORK, April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Exigent Technologies, a leading managed IT and cloud services company, today announced its CEO Daniel Haurey was selected to speak at the 2014 New Jersey Medical Group Managers Association(NJMGMA) Practice Management Conference (PMC), May 15-16 at the Revel Casino in Atlantic City.
It's the first time PRC ruled on an exigent rate case under the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006 (PAEA) and the decision by the five-member panel was unanimous.
Through long standing relationships with a diverse base of clients, Exigent has a proven track record of technological deftness and pure client satisfaction.
However, the court found that the entry of the premises was justified under the exigent circumstances presented by the kidnap victim's being held against her will in the apartment.