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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
Two commissioners have criticised a decision by the US financial regulator to stop the enforcement division from recommending settlements that include simultaneous waiver requests.
15 February 2021
Lawyers across the EU have welcomed a European court ruling that clarifies an individual’s right to silence in regulatory market abuse investigations.
10 February 2021
Prosecutors’ case failed on appeal because they were once again unable to prove that the daughter of Uzbekistan’s president was a government official under Swedish law.
04 February 2021
A Washington, DC federal lawsuit raises questions about the Inter-American Development Bank’s handling of an investigation into two individuals and a related corporate settlement.
29 January 2021
The Treasury Department’s guidance on the China Military Companies Sanctions has been described by one expert as “truly bizarre”.
15 January 2021
A court in Bellinzona, Switzerland, said that football’s global governing body cannot request the dismissal of Stefan Keller because it is not a party to the proceedings against its president, Gianni Infantino.
12 January 2021
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