- adj. Not of or pertaining to fraud.
- non- + fraud (Wiktionary)
“The SEC accepted a modest penalty and a nonfraud resolution but they got a real individual identified who had authority," said”
“When the bigwig Harvard professors on the committee heard that, they immediately issued a statement accusing the Crandons of fraud, a statement that was signed by three of the four men who issued the original nonfraud summary.”
“But even as the court made this clear, it made a mistake - it green-lighted nonfraud private securities suits previously viewed by most state courts as the sole province of the AG under Martin.”
“Instead, the SEC alleges that Assurant violated certain nonfraud-related sections of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 with the accounting of this reinsurance contract.”
“We had to look at what they were doing on the computer and compare that to what nonfraud employees were doing," he says.”
“Over the past five years, the amount of money in nonfraud overpayments has ballooned from”
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