SEP
6
2019

Boris Johnson Wins Second Legal Challenge Over Parliament Suspension

Case will go to straight to U.K. Supreme Court on Sept. 17.

SEP
5
2019

Guinea’s President Starts Off Talks on Constitutional Change

Alpha Conde, 81, ends second five-year term next year

SEP
5
2019

Lords agree to push through bill preventing no-deal Brexit by end of Friday

Legislation will return to Commons for debate before prorogation of parliament

SEP
5
2019

Amazon slapped with record 4 million euro fine by French court

Fine over its use of abusive clauses for online companies to sell their wares on its platform.

SEP
4
2019

Regulators Fine Google $170 Million for Violating Children’s Privacy on YouTube

They said YouTube had violated a federal children’s privacy law.

SEP
4
2019

Quebec´s ban on growing cannabis at home unconstitutional, judge rules

Lawyer who led challenge says those wanting to grow should hold off for now

SEP
4
2019

Google target of new U.S. antitrust probe by state attorneys general

Google said that it was cooperating with the state officials.

SEP
4
2019

Boris Johnson pushes Britain to brink of an election: Here’s what could happen next

The result sets up another key vote in parliament on Wednesday on whether to block the government from proceeding with a no-deal Brexit on October 31

SEP
4
2019

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says extradition bill has been fully withdrawn

The proposed bill would have allowed people in Hong Kong to be extradited to mainland China for trial.

SEP
4
2019

U.S. effort to disqualify Huawei´s lead lawyer goes to court

Prosecutors say Cole supervised and participated in aspects of an investigation related to the Huawei

SEP
3
2019

Brexit Fight Raises Prospect of New U.K. Election

Prime minister will risk losing office rather than back down

SEP
3
2019

Google to pay up to $200 million to FTC on YouTube probe: US

The FTC voted 3-2 to approve the settlement and sent it to the Justice Department as part of the review process

SEP
3
2019

Huawei Accuses U.S. of Harassing Workers, Attacking Network: China

U.S. has tightened scrutiny over China’s largest tech company

SEP
3
2019

China lodges a tariff case against the US at the WTO

The United States began imposing 15% tariffs on a variety of Chinese goods

SEP
2
2019

PSA acquires Penn Terminals, marking first foray into the US: Singapore

The acquisition from Macquarie Infrastructure Partners followed formal approval by authorities

SEP
2
2019

North Korea Parliament alters constitution to solidify power of Kim Jong Un

Chapter 6 of the constitution titled “State Machinery” was modified. Prior to the amendment

SEP
2
2019

EPA proposes rollback of methane regulations: US

The EPA has published a primary proposal and an alternative.

SEP
2
2019

Europe should ignore ´treacherous promises´ of Facebook´s Libra currency: Germany

Given these challenges, European regulatory and supervisory authorities need to assert jurisdiction over Libra and also need global cooperation to mitigate its risks.

SEP
2
2019

Lawyers seek $26 million in Volkswagen U.S. fuel economy settlement

Volkswagen said on Friday it had agreed to a $96.5 million court settlement to reimburse 98,000 consumers.

SEP
2
2019

China, U.S. kick off new round of tariffs in trade war

U.S. President Donald Trump said the sides would still meet for talks later this month.

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