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High court judges get pay rise to deal with hiring crisis in England and Wales

Retention allowance increased to 25% of salary as justice secretary warns of ‘too many vacancies’ in judges’ posts

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Japan passes law to beef up checks on hiring of workers with disabilities after quota scandal

The revised law on promoting the employment of people with disabilities gives the labor ministry the power to urge state organs and municipalities

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Sri Lanka proposes new law on fake news

This proposed legislation comes in the wake of the Easter attacks where misinformation was spread leading to a nine-day ban on the use of social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

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Major automakers back compromise on U.S. vehicle emissions rules, urge deal

The automakers are making a last-ditch appeal to try to revive talks in order to avoid years of uncertainty over what rules they will face

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Airbnb listings in Japan rebound after regulatory freeze

While Airbnb is no stranger to clashes with regulators, it had tried a more cooperative approach in Japan.

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Trump Administration Proposes Easing Rules on Genetically Engineered Crops: US

First rewrite of department’s biotechnology rules set in 1987

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Fiat Chrysler sales chief files whistleblower suit over SEC probe

The SEC has been investigating the company’s sales reporting practices before the company changed them in July 2016

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New France law bans use of analytics to determine judge behavior

The new law prescribes five years of imprisonment for violators, though it is not entirely clear how this law will be enforced.

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First FedEx, Now Ford. China Clamps Down on U.S. Companies

Fine comes after China launched probe into FedEx’s activities

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U.S. urges judge to deny Huawei motion in government effort to disqualify lawyer

Last month, prosecutors argued Huawei lawyer James Cole’s prior position as the No. 2 official in the U.S. Department of Justice created conflicts of interest

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Canada appeals WTO ruling on U.S. lumber duties

Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland had already announced that Ottawa would appeal

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Japan eyes legislation to regulate global and domestic tech giants

The bill to enhance transparency in the business transactions of tech firms will be presented to the ordinary Diet session to be convened in January

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French finance minister says Renault to bring case against Carlos Ghosn over shady expenses

The prospect of new legal action backed by France marks a new headache for the former Renault CEO.

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China urges dialogue, negotiation to solve trade row with U.S.

It is common to make revisions, suggestions and adjustments in trade negotiations

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Swedish court rejects Assange detention request over rape allegation

Monday’s ruling means the Swedish prosecutor cannot at this stage request his extradition from Britain

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Google faces privacy complaints in European countries

The online ad industry, a money spinner for Google, Facebook and other online platforms and advertisers

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Uber Under Tax Investigation by IRS, Foreign Authorities: US

Tax benefits are to be cut due transfer pricing positions

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Google, Facebook and Apple Fall on Antitrust Scrutiny

U.S. antitrust enforcement agencies divvy up investigations

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Putin signs bill enabling some HIV-positive individuals to adopt: Russian

The passage of this bill follows a constitutional court case that ruled it unconstitutional to prevent HIV-positive families from adopting

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Illinois bill to legalize recreational marijuana wins legislative approval

The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives passed the measure in a 66-47 vote, following Senate approval

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