Enhanced list of third countries with weak anti-money laundering and terrorist financing regimes include Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Panama.
Law society sends a Valentine day message to avoid the popular 'common law' marriage myth and suggests giving the gift of security.
SGX to propose second audit on listed companies if questionable, compliance and audit concerns targeted rather than a general cost.
Law Society launches campaign highlighting the system of justice in England and Wales on its knees as crisis escalates due to neglect.
Mixed regulatory fortunes in approaches to economic crime highlighted as law firm Wilmerhale gives status reports.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
US think tank sues SEC in federal court to challenge decades-old 'gag orders when settling defendants in civil enforcement actions.
New bill banning most abortions once a fetal heartbeat detected introduced Kentucky, critics warn of more legal battles ahead.
New convention providing for the cross-border enforcement of mediated settlement agreements is republic's first named UN treaty.
JUDGES AND POLITICS
Former top Venezuelan supreme court judge flees to US to denounce Nicolas Maduro, but government flags sexual harassment allegations.
With proposed hate crime legislation in the pipeline, a humanist group has asked for blasphemy law to be included in the changes.
UK judges will be open to accusations of being 'unpatriotic' when they follow European law post-Brexit, according to UK's ECJ judge.
Following ECJ ruling, Poland is taking steps to reinstate the 27 Supreme Court judges forced to retire under controversial judicial reforms.
State Duma has adopted the third and final reading of a bill reforming procedural legislation.
Law Students from Maharashtra in India stage protest outside NGT Delhi against growing number of vacancies.
Bank of Japan's fintech study group latest discussion signals direction for crypto regulation, assesses money and claims for payment comparisons.