materiality


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that which occupies space and can be perceived by the senses

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Often the question of materiality is in fact a cover for some other reason, he says, and forensic analysts are aware than when a company says something is not material, this alone is a good reason to investigate what this statement is trying to conceal.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton has said a flexible materiality standard is useful when a court is determining materiality, which would seem to be an endorsement of FASB's direction.
Jacoby and Levy point out that the confusion the standards setters sow renders too many pronouncements involving materiality a mystery.
Notably, in Abbott Labs, the Florida district court injected the materiality requirement without explanation.
But even as Burroughs affords Breu an initial fleshy foray into the irreducible materiality of the self, the writing in Naked Lunch also introduces a complication that Breu will be at pains to parse throughout Insistence: the difference--in terms of political utility--between the materiality of language and the materiality of the physical world.
The pair then duelled for the remainder, Materiality edging right entering the final furlong under John Velazquez before holding on in gritty fashion to win by a length and a half.
The accounting standards necessitate audition to be planned and performed in a manner that it assures the absence of any mistakes or deviations related to the concept of materiality in the financial statements.
While acknowledging the limitations of deconstructive analyses and affirming the critical turn towards deep archival engagement, Derek Ryan revitalizes theoretical approaches to reading modernist literature in Virginia Woolf and the Materiality of Theory.
Mayer's materiality analysis was impeccable, and she really connected with the jury," said defense counsel John Valentine of WilmerHale.
Impact of Halliburton: Halliburton does not require plaintiffs to establish the materiality of alleged misstatements to invoke the fraud-on-the-market theory in support of class certification.
Appropriate not only for professional anthropologists but for anyone with an interest in the field, this 41st volume focuses on the two main themes of materiality and climate change within recent anthropology articles.
In developing this argument, this Article offers the first trans-substantive review of materiality as a governing principle.
The sentence that best captures the book's contribution to theories of materiality and agency is found in its conclusion: "To oversimplify a bit, one might say that to a modern theorist the problem is to explain how things 'talk'; to a medieval theorist, it was to get them to shut up" (283).
In this context, materiality represents one of the principal tools set by the standards and which determines audit quality.
The Supreme Court established the standard of materiality for a prosecutor's knowing use of perjured testimony in Giglio v.