Deutsche Bank AGs manipulation of Libor spanned eight years in offices around the world, involving at least 29 employees who rigged the price of money for millions of borrowers in an effort to make a quick profit. The penalty was the biggest yet in the scandal; the settlement brings the total of fines to about $9 billion, paid by a dozen firms.
The case, which is before a Federal High Court sitting in Jos, the Plateau State capital, was filed by Luka D. Dalang and two others Vs the Attorney General of Plateau State and 18 others. When the case was mentioned, Justice Ambrose Alagua of the Federal High Court granted the prayers of the plaintiffs seeking to prevent banks from granting such requests from the government.
Since 2010, Cohen Milstein has donated $71,000 to 16 different campaigns, according to a search of FollowTheMoney.org. "The General Assembly has not granted OAG the jurisdiction to investigate SNF staffing levels, nor has it delegated to OAG the authority to litigate against SNFs based on OAG's assessment of the sufficiency of nursing staff. Rather, the General Assembly has authorized (the Pennsylvania Department of Health) to exercise exclusive jurisdiction over the investigation, monitoring and enforcement of regulations against SNFs," the operators wrote in their 46-page petition.
Experience is a great asset to any athletic team, so when Cameron University was taken to a playoff by Midwestern after the end of the championship round of the Lone Star Conference, coach Jerry Hrnciar had to feel a good deal of confidence, he knew that this bunch wouldn't throw away the opportunity.
Tuesday was the wrong night to catch the University of New Mexico baseball team. The Aggies grabbed a brief lead Tuesday on Derek Umphres' RBI single in the top of the second inning. The Lobos scored in every inning the rest of the way and led 22-1 before NMSU's Jay Sheeley hit a two-run double in the top of the ninth.
The petition , which followed a year-long investigation, alleges that Benco shared information with established participants in the dental supply market and colluded with distributors and manufacturers to discourage them from forming working relationships with new market entrants. Pursuant to the terms of the assurance of discontinuance, Soltas has agreed to pay $330,000 in damages and restitution: $175,000 to Athol Memorial Hospital, $40,000 to the town of Petersham, $38,000 to the Athol YMCA, $22,000 to the town of Warwick, and $55,000 to the Commonwealth.
Besides, Sebi has sought clarification from Shree Shubham Logistics, Precision Camshafts, SSIPL Retails and Dilip Buildcon for their IPOs. According to the latest weekly update on the processing status of draft offer documents filed with Sebi, the market regulator has said clarifications were awaited on the IPO of these companies as on April 17, 2015.
The AGS delivery to Betmotion.com will be the company's latest and most advanced online gaming operating platform. "Our relationship with AGS over the years has been absolutely wonderful and with this second generation platform, Betmotion will be positioned to expand its services to the end users like never before," said Leonardo Baptista, Director of Betmotion. The AGS gaming platform, and second generation gaming platform, has been developed by a team with over 15 years of experience in the gaming industry.
The EPA is moving full steam ahead with their plans to clamp down on coal production in the name of reducing carbon emissions, regardless of how it impacts American energy independence or the costs which will be passed on to consumers. Executive overreach is a hallmark of the Obama administration as the President attempts to reshape the world through the power of the pen and the phone.
AGs, privacy, and digital protection was the topic of a multi-day conference of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) this past week in Biloxi, Mississippi. The AGs of Arkansas, Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Oregon, Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia, and Vermont all were participants in the sessions, as were senior staff from these and other states.
Eminent lawyers and legislators yesterday faulted the National Assembly's transfer of the powers to appoint the Attorney-General of the Federation, AGF and the Accountant-General of the Federation, AGF, from the President to the National Judicial Commission, NJC and the National Economic Council, NEC, respectively in its amendment of the 1999 Constitution. The Senate had referred the issue to the committee after receiving the President's letter.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is once again attacking the supplement industry. The only remaining regulation is to subject supplements to the multibillion dollar FDA drug safety and efficacy approval process, which the New York Attorney General knows no one will ever pay for since natural supplements cannot be patented. The testing regimens which the supplement industry are held to under cGMPs are one reason that supplements have such a proven track record of safety.