Libel laws and new faces at the U.S. securities regulator lead the week’s news.
New rule-making aims to stop “creeping politicization of the banking industry,” says OCC head.
Celebrity attorney with extensive Hollywood and political connections will appear in battle with Forbes
The Australian is facing six charges that carry penalties of between 2-10 years in prison.
One of Argentina’s youngest deputies is prepping new legislation to provide a national framework for crypto, which will reportedly hit the parliament next week.
The government of Brazil requested assistance from US authorities regarding a crypto fraud scheme called “Operation Egypto.”
Monopolizing a market is legal in some instances, but not others.
“Defendants say, in passing, that Israel is the more appropriate forum, but fail to provide any supporting detail,” stated the plantiff’s lawyers in the class-action suit.
The age-old question “quis custodiet ipsos custodes” crops up in force in today’s Law Decoded.
The new bank will be subject to heightened scrutiny from the OCC for at least three years.