Legal staff definition

Legal staff means the office of General Counsel of the Commission.
Legal staff. Legal personnel that Sabre employs or otherwise engages.
Legal staff means any Assistant Attorney General, Deputy Attorney General, Law Assistant, or any attorney holding office or employment and rendering legal advice, legal analysis or legal services to the Department.

Examples of Legal staff in a sentence

  • Positions held by consultants, contractors, temporary employees, interns, co-op students and PFG HR and Legal staff supporting the Advisers are deemed an Access Person unless otherwise evaluated by the Compliance Department not to have access or potential access to nonpublic information, as described above.

  • The OPA will be comprised of APD staff, Legal staff, and contracted experts.

  • Upon validation of request by JFTC Legal staff, subject agreement or request may be submitted to appropriate authority.

  • Legal staff should be knowledgeable regarding the RCP program, statutes, and regulations.

  • Upon validation of request by HQ SACT Legal staff, subject agreement or request may be submitted to appropriate authority.

  • Legal staff may also serve as hearing officers in cases filed under Article 12 of Chapter 18B.

  • Legal staff and secretarial support, assigned by the superintendent.

  • Court Procurement and Legal staff must approve RFP prior to release.

  • Legal staff shall be outside counsel retained by the city council to investigate the allegations and serve as the prosecutor in a removal hearing.

  • Schedule – December 31, 2012 – The Town of Chapel Hill’s Purchasing and Contracts Manager and the Town’s Legal staff will be asked to review the contents of the Manual prior to the Manager’s approval.

More Definitions of Legal staff

Legal staff. Legal personnel that TSI employs or otherwise engages.
Legal staff. Legal personnel that EDS employs or otherwise engages.
Legal staff means the individuals as determined by the secretary of administration who provide support services for attorneys.
Legal staff means the Office of the Chief State Counsel of the Department of Justice; .
Legal staff means legal personnel that American employs or otherwise engages.

Related to Legal staff

  • Medical Staff means those Physicians who are appointed by the Board and who are granted privileges to practice medicine in the Hospital;

  • Professional Staff means the Medical Staff, Dental Staff, Midwifery Staff and Extended Class Nursing Staff;

  • Clinical Staff means employees of a provider who are responsible for providing clinical services to individuals.

  • MEDICAL STAFF LEADER means any Medical Staff officer, department chairperson, section chairperson, and committee chair.

  • the staff means all the staff who have a contract of employment with the institution;

  • Staff means all persons employed by the Contractor to perform its obligations under the Contract together with the Contractor’s servants, agents, suppliers and sub-contractors used in the performance of its obligations under the Contract.

  • Consulting Engineers means the independent engineer or engineering firm or corporation employed in connection with any Project to perform and carry out the duties of the Consulting Engineer under this Indenture or any Supplemental Indenture.

  • Legal Services means services of a legal or financial nature and includes any part of such services, and for the avoidance of doubt, includes (without limitation):-

  • Program Staff means an employee or individual who by contract with the program provides a service and has the applicable competencies, qualifications, or certification required to provide the service.

  • Chief of Staff means the member of the Medical Staff appointed by the Board of Directors to be responsible for the professional standards of the Professional Staff, and the quality of professional care rendered at the Health Centre Sites;

  • Key Staff means staff in positions of executive or managerial responsibility and/or whose performance affects the viability of the business;

  • Technical standard means a document that specifies design, predicted performance and operation and maintenance specifications for a material, device or method.

  • Accountant General means the officer of the National Treasury designated as the Accountant- General;

  • Fellowship means a fellowship in a professional medical college recognized by the Board after consultation with the Medical Advisory Committee.

  • Project Management The individuals appointed by each Party cf. clause 4.1 in the Agreement.

  • Technical Standards means the technical standards set out in paragraph 2.4 of the Order Form;

  • Legal Advisor means the officer responsible for providing legal advice to the Standards Committee. This may be the Monitoring Officer, another legally qualified officer of the authority, or someone appointed for this purpose from outside the authority.

  • Support staff means those staff holding a Part-66 aircraft maintenance licence in category B1, B2 and/or B3 with the appropriate aircraft ratings, working in a base maintenance environment while not necessarily holding certification privileges.

  • Consulting Engineer /"Consultant" shall mean any firm or person duly appointed as such from time to time by the owner.

  • Catechumen means a member of the catechumenate of a Catholic Church. This will normally be evidenced by a certificate of reception into the order of catechumens.

  • Audiology means the care and services provided by a licensed audiologist as set forth in the member state’s statutes and rules.

  • Project Staff means the personnel of Contractor and Subcontractors who provide the Work.

  • Registered professional engineer means a person who is registered as a professional engineer pursuant to s. 443.04, Stats.

  • Records management Administration of official government records (record linking/association, record storage/archival, document classification, document retirement, digital rights management).

  • Legal Counsel means attorneys and staff employed by county

  • Legal Adviser means the properly qualified person appointed by the Trust to provide legal advice.