The Central Bank of Ireland announced in April 2013 that the Deputy Governor, Matthew Elderfield, intended to step down from his position, and is due to leave the Central Bank later in the year.
A summary of the discussion on the practical implications of recently published anti-money laundering legislative proposals.
In Dry Bulk Handy Holding Inc v Fayette International Holdings Ltd, the court considered whether a shipowner is entitled to demand payment to himself of freight under his bill of lading when that contract stipulates for payment to another party, provided the shipowner makes his demand before the freight has been paid to that other party.
A summary of the most recent antitrust-competition law developments.
A summary of the new developments as reported by the FCA, the PRA, the UKLA, the Upper Tribunal, the Financial Ombudsman Service and the London Stock Exchange over the past week, with links to the full documents where these are available.
On May 15, 2013, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charged CEO Dejun Zou and board chair Amy Qiu, husband-and-wife executives at China-based RINO International Corporation, alleging that they engaged in a scheme to overstate the company’s revenues and divert $3.5 million in proceeds from a securities offering for their personal use.
Earlier this year, an enterprise that sold criminal record reports via mobile apps agreed to settle FTC charges that it operated as a consumer reporting agency without taking consumer protection measures required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and otherwise committed deceptive acts and practices.
Intellectual property is a legal construct referring to creations of the mind for which exclusive rights are recognized.
As Memorial Day approaches, the Respect for Marriage Coalition hosted a conference call that included Former Congressman, Army Captain, and Iraq War Veteran Patrick Murphy.
With the economy dragging and jobs difficult to come by, students who might otherwise have obtained paying jobs have increasingly turned to unpaid internships as a way to gain relevant experience and enhance their resumes.
Does this signal the beginning of the end of arbitration clauses in customer agreements?
In accordance with its Strategic Enforcement Plan ("SEP"), the EEOC is addressing these issues in a new Question and Answer Series.
These cases reflect yet another cautionary tale that federal officials and private fair housing entities continue to be on the lookout for actions perceived to be discriminatory and which might violate the FHA.
Michele Sommer, a Senior HR business partner in the New York area, responded to a critique of a previous post of ours, written by Anthony Vieira, Esq.
The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) passed in 2008. Since then, most of the discussion benefit plan professionals have had regarding GINA has focused on HIPAA notice requirements and compliance with GINA restrictions in wellness plans.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has issued final interpretive guidance on prohibitions on certain disruptive trading practices added by the Dodd-Frank Act.
Recently, in "In re Plains Exploration & Production Company Stockholder Litigation", the Delaware Court of Chancery denied the plaintiffs' request for a preliminary injunction.
This Client Alert serves as an executive summary for a supplementary white paper, The Basics of Transacting in Offsets under AB 32, and will assist clients in addressing offset transaction risks.