Tribunal defines would-be whistle-blowers' protections
Employees who research how to blow the whistle can rely on the same legal protections as actual whistle-blowers, a tribunal has found. According to a Law Gazette report, client service executive James Stuart Bilsbrough claimed he was subjected to a detriment and unfair dismissal after he discovered an ...
Strong Customer Authentication in UK/ Europe
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) this week agreed to a plan that gives the payments and e-commerce industry extra time to implement Strong Customer Authentication (SCA).
From 14 September 2019, new European Union (EU) rules will start to apply that impact the way in which banks or payment services ...
US' SEC obtains freeze of $8 million in assets in alleged fraudulent token offering
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced fraud charges against a Brooklyn individual and two entities under his control who allegedly engaged in a fraudulent scheme to sell digital securities to investors and to manipulate the market for those securities. On 12 August 2019, the court entered an emergency freeze ...
Century-old law decides stepsisters' inheritance dispute
Malaysia files graft charges against Goldman Sachs directors
Westpac refunding $7 million to affected customers for incorrect fees