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UK Starts European Union Withdrawal Process
The UK prime minister gave notice to the European Council yesterday of the UK's intention to withdraw from the European Union (EU).
UK
31 Mar 2017
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UK Supreme Court Rules Parliament Should Hold Brexit Vote
The UK Supreme Court ruled today that the UK government must hold a parliamentary vote before triggering Article 50 to leave the European Union. The ruling confirmed the November 2016...
UK
25 Jan 2017
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Prime Minister Confirms That The UK Will Exit The EU Single Market
In a speech made this afternoon, Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed that the UK will leave the European Union (EU) and will not seek membership of the single market.
UK
17 Jan 2017
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Brexit: High Court Rules That Parliamentary Approval Is Required
In a case of fundamental constitutional importance, the High Court ruled this morning that the UK Government has no power to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty of the European Union to withdraw from the European Union, without an Act of Parliament.
UK
5 Nov 2016
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Federal Jury Finds Lindsey Manufacturing Defendants Guilty On All Counts For FCPA Violations
In the closely watched trial of U.S. v. Lindsey Manufacturing Co., a federal jury has found the defendants guilty on all counts of violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA").
United States
 
24 May 2011
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Supreme Court Places A New Roadblock In The Way Of Qui Tam Relators
The False Claims Act’s "public disclosure bar" generally forecloses qui tam suits that are "based upon the public disclosure of allegations or transactions" in a governmental "report, hearing, audit, or investigation."
United States
 
18 May 2011
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