DEC
10

UK set for Brexit election with Boris Johnson hoping to retain power

Prime Minister Boris Johnson remains the favorite to win the election although the polls have narrowed.

DEC
10

WTO ban on tariffs for digital trade extended until June 2020

The decision came after talks ran late into Monday evening, two trade officials said.

DEC
10

France fines Morgan Stanley $22 million for bond manipulation

Morgan Stanley said it intended to lodge an appeal.

DEC
9

Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Abortion-Disclosure Rules

Justices make no comment in allowing ‘informed consent’ law

DEC
9

Beijing orders state offices to replace foreign PCs and software

Communist party directive aims to boost domestic tech supply chain

DEC
9

EU regulators to review rules defining companies´ market power

The review will look into the geographic scope of markets.

DEC
9

Supreme Court to decide if state can consider political affiliation in judicial appointments

Within Delaware’s Constitution, the Article IV, Section 3 provision prohibits judges affiliated with any one political

DEC
9

Justice Department watchdog to issue report on FBI handling of Russia probe

Michael Horowitz, the department’s inspector general, is set to release findings from a review begun in 2018

DEC
6

Facebook sues ILikeAd, alleges ad fraud

Facebook said this enabled the defendants to hijack users’ ad accounts

DEC
6

France’s worst strike in decades enters a second day

The open-ended strike is an attempt by public sector workers to show their dissatisfaction with the government’s plan to update the pension system.

DEC
6

France rejects U.S. proposal on international tax reform

But France and the United States are already on a collision course over the issue

DEC
5

EU court rules in favor of German vinegar producer

After a lengthy legal battle, the German courts referred the issue to the ECJ last year.

DEC
5

BMW sues air conditioning suppliers over price fixing: Germany

A BMW spokesman confirmed the case but declined to give details.

DEC
5

U.S. Supreme Court skeptical of Intel in retirement fund dispute

The case is significant for companies because it could expand the time that many plan beneficiaries have to bring lawsuits

DEC
5

Legal experts called by Democrats tell Congress that Trump´s actions are impeachable

But they stopped short of saying it could form the basis for a separate article of impeachment.

DEC
5

Warren Is Drafting U.S. Legislation to Reverse ‘Mega Mergers’

Bill would restrict large mergers and open reviews of old ones

DEC
5

Huawei seeks to overturn FCC ban on the use of government funds to purchase its equipment:US

Huawei began a legal challenge to try to get this decision reversed.

DEC
4

Bavaria court rules parts of integration law unconstitutional

This case arose when opposition parties in the Bavarian state parliament opposed six individual

DEC
4

China warns U.S. over Uighur bill, raising doubts over early trade deal

The U.S. House’s approval of the Uighur Act of 2019.

DEC
4

House Democrats’ impeachment report accuses Trump of obstruction, other misconduct: US

They also accuse Trump of obstructing the impeachment inquiry in the House of Representatives.

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