Professional services giant Deloitte has agreed to a landmark one-year suspension from soliciting new consulting work in New York and will also pay $10 million to the state following a widespread clampdown on independent consulting firms.
The president of the UK's supreme court has claimed that legal aid cuts will drive away the best lawyers and fail to boost efficiency.
United Technologies Corp has been instructed to pay a total of $473 million plus interest as reimbursement for false charges to gain US Air Force jet engine contracts in the 1980s.
UK fraud enforcers have charged key Libor trader Tom Hayes in the first criminal case seeking justice for his involvement in rigging the London interbank lending rate.
Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg could be extradited to Denmark for accused hacking charges, a Swedish court has ruled.
The jury may be out on the economic benefits of the G8 Summit for Northern Ireland but the major trading nations know that NI is open for business. And NI has its own legacy for the world, says Arthur Cox Belfast managing partner Alan Taylor.
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