Topic: Due process

Businessman sentenced to four years in prison over Venezuela sanctions breaches

18 March 2021

China’s Xiaomi wins temporary relief from US investment ban

A Washington, DC federal judge found that the Department of Defense designated the company without establishing sufficient evidence of its ties to the Chinese military.

15 March 2021

Acquitted FX trader: DOJ “purposeful and spiteful” in preventing access to evidence

Ex-JPMorgan trader Richard Usher has accused the US Justice Department of cynically blocking his efforts to use exculpatory evidence in ongoing administrative proceedings brought by the US banking regulator.

15 March 2021

Swedish prosecutors must make charges in Ericsson case by June

11 March 2021

Brazilian judge overturns Lula’s bribery conviction

A judge at the Federal District Court of Brasília will reexamine the case against Lula after a justice of the Supreme Court voided his conviction.

09 March 2021

Fifa president cannot access former Swiss AG’s criminal file

09 March 2021

Clyde & Co can deny payments to PetroSaudi over risk of US prosecution

A judge at London’s High Court has ruled that Clyde & Co can ignore the court’s prior order to transfer funds in an escrow account to Saudi energy company PetroSaudi to avoid the risk of US prosecution.

26 February 2021

Judge calls for DOJ probe into prosecutors’ conduct in collapsed sanctions case

Judge Nathan found that Manhattan federal prosecutors did not deliberately withhold evidence from Iranian businessman Ali Sadr Nejad but that an investigation is warranted.

18 February 2021

Second Circuit pauses Halkbank proceedings

17 February 2021

Facebook FTC negotiation documents to be disclosed

A Delaware judge has let plaintiffs access Facebook board communications so they can determine whether the company’s record $5 billion privacy fine was inflated in return for its chief executive avoiding personal liability.

16 February 2021

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