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China second quarter GDP growth tops forecasts on strong investment, consumption

By Elias Glenn and Kevin Yao BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s economy increased quicker than expected within the second quarter as industrial output and consumption selected up and investment continued to be strong, though analysts expect slower growth over all of those other year as policymakers aim to reduce financial risk. The economy increased 6.9 % […]

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Asia shares rise on accommodative Given, China stocks narrow losses on strong GDP

By Nichola Saminather SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Asian stocks mostly rose on Monday, spurred by record high closes for that Dow jones and S&P 500 on bets the Federal Reserve’s policy will stay accommodative following lackluster U.S. data, which sent the dollar reeling to some 10-month low. Chinese stocks fell over 2 percent at the begining […]

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Redskins Appeal TTAB Ruling

Redskins Appeal TTAB Ruling On Thursday, August 14, 2014, the Washington Redskins filed a significantly-anticipated appeal within the U.S. District Court for that Eastern District of Virginia of the June Trademark Trial and Appeal Board decision which led to cancellation of six from the team’s federal trademark registrations that contains the term REDSKIN. As formerly […]

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AZ Court of Appeals Broadly Interprets Persons Titled to Compensation From Arizona Residential Contractors’ Recovery Fund

AZ Court of Appeals Broadly Interprets Persons Titled to Compensation From Arizona Residential Contractors’ Recovery Fund It isn’t only for homeowners any longer – Arizona Court of Appeals decides a homeowner of property of his trust can always receive compensation in the Arizona Residential Contractors’ Recovery Fund. A current Arizona Court of Appeals’ decision provides […]

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Be Global – March 2015

Be Global – March 2015 HIGHLIGHTS Italy: Implementation of Further Labour Reforms Significant changes to the rules governing dismissals came into force earlier this month, under the provisions of the Italian “Jobs Act”. Click here to read more. Germany: Gender Quota in Boardrooms From 2016 German lawmakers have recently passed a law requiring companies to give […]

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More ERISA Complications

More ERISA Complications In passing the Worker Retirement Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”), Congress searched for to really make it as simple and economical as you possibly can for employers to supply advantages to their workers for instance, pensions, medical health insurance, existence insurance and lengthy-term disability (Limited) insurance. However, because most of the statutes […]

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Insider Buying and selling Investigations: What To look out for in 2014

Insider Buying and selling Investigations: What To look out for in 2014 Christopher Clark is really a partner at Latham & Watkins where he represents public companies, alternative investment entities for example hedge funds, and people both in civil and criminal investigations involving condition and federal police force government bodies. Matthew Salerno is definitely an […]

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SEC Brings $11,000 SOX Clawback Action

SEC Brings $11,000 SOX Clawback Action The SEC alleges that Marrone Bio Innovations, Corporation. misstated its revenue. The SEC lately introduced a settled enforcement action against its former CFO. The SEC alleges the CFO received bonuses throughout the 12-month periods following a filings that contains financial results that MBI was needed to restate. The settlement […]

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Integrated Private Equity Investors Billed With Failure to join up and Pay-to-Play Violations

Integrated Private Equity Investors Billed With Failure to join up and Pay-to-Play Violations The SEC billed two firms with neglecting to register as investment advisors as their operations were integrated (SEC orders are here and here) and billed among the entities with violating pay-to-play rules. Failure to join up and Integration The integrated entities didn’t […]

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