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Goldman C.E.O. Blankfein Is Likely to Step Down in December

Lloyd Blankfein’s retirement plans are firming up, and his likely successor, David Solomon, is already laying the groundwork for a new management team. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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CFPB techies blast talk of taking down complaint portal

FCW.com: “…Created by the 2010 Dodd-Frank law, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is one of the first federal examples of bringing in outside tech talent to deliver government services. “If you’re going to build a government agency from scratch, you’re … Continue reading

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UK Parliament Votes to Crack down On Anonymous Offshore Companies

On Tuesday, the British parliament voted to add an amendment to the UK Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill to require 14 overseas territories, among them the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands, to implement public ownership registers by 2020. … Continue reading

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Qualcomm's first ITC complaint against Apple down to three patents (from the original six)

Qualcomm has further narrowed its first USITC complaint (request for import ban) against Apple. It originally brought the complaint in early July 2017 and published a full-page infographic with the following headline: "Six inventions iPhones use everyday [sic]"Less than ten … Continue reading

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100 MPH Down GA 400 Leads To Arrest

Police pursuits are a part of being an officer of the law, and more often than not, such chases are started over a simple traffic offense. Many times, the criminal being pursued is often aware that they do not have … Continue reading

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