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Customer Says Dollar Bank Policy Should Have Ended $4 Million Scam

By Matthew Santoni (January 21, 2022, 7:14 PM EST) – A woman who was tricked into converting $4.3 million into cryptocurrency and transferring it to scammers has told a Pennsylvania state court that Dollar Bank had a policy that should have reported and stopped wire transfers, claiming this made the …

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193 unruly taxi drivers booked in a week – The Himalayan Times – Nepal’s No.1 English Daily Newspaper

KATHMANDU, JANUARY 19 Traffic police took action against 193 taxi drivers over a week-long period in the Kathmandu Valley for stealing from passengers or breaking rules. According to figures from the Metropolitan Traffic Police Division, taxi drivers booked by on-duty cops have been caught in the act of negotiating over …

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Service charge in restaurants Voluntary Not mandatory; Forced taxation is an unfair business practice: Consumer Commission

the Kolkata District Consumer Dispute Redress Forum recently ruled that restaurants cannot forcibly impose a service charge on a customer and therefore ordered the affected restaurant to return the service charge it collected from a customer along with a compensation amount. A Bench including the President Swapan Kumar Mahanty and …

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What Biden’s competitive crusade teaches us about globalization

Joe Biden has, pretty much since the start of his administration, taken a tougher stance on competition policy than any US president in memory. He has set up antitrust attorneys at the Federal Trade Commission, the Justice Department and the White House. He issued an executive order tackling corporate concentration …

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New lawsuits target cryptocurrency companies and their celebrity endorsers | Bilzin Sumberg

We have highlighted in a recent message regulators’ clear intentions to bring order to the cryptocurrency industry this year. However, the past three weeks have demonstrated that private litigants are not waiting for regulators to crack down on suspected bad actors in the crypto market. Two new high-profile lawsuits target …

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Gunsmith ‘Rust’ files legal action against ammunition supplier | Local news

A new lawsuit filed on behalf of Hannah Gutierrez Reed, the armorer of the Rust film production, accuses Albuquerque dummy ammunition supplier PDQ Arm & Prop and owner Seth Kenney of creating the circumstances that led to the shooting death of famed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins at Bonanza Creek Ranch near …

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At the WTO, China is a “developing” country: why many countries are raising concerns

China’s status as a “developing country” at the World Trade Organization (WTO) has become a controversial issue, with a number of countries worrying that the upper-middle-income nation is pulling back. advantages reserved for developing countries under WTO standards. In addition, concerns have been expressed regarding “Least Developed Country” (LDC) status, …

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Covid Price Wars Are Here, But Check If It’s Really Cheap | Latest Delhi News

The sharp rise in Covid-19 cases is once again forcing consumers to stay at home and even purchase basic necessities like fruits and vegetables in the safety of their homes The sharp rise in Covid-19 cases is once again forcing consumers to stay at home and even purchase everyday essentials …

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76% disagree with Pelosi, think members have an ‘unfair advantage’ in stock trading: poll

A poll by a conservative group found that the vast majority of Americans oppose congressional stock trading. 76% of Americans believe members of Congress have an “unfair advantage” when it comes to stocks. Pelosi recently defended this practice, claiming that “we are a market economy”. Loading Something is loading. An …

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Cambodia. Arrests of strikers could violate human rights law |

Most of the strikers were women and many of the arrests were carried out “in a violent manner,” the experts added. The arrests appeared to infringe the right to freedom of association, assembly and expression. “We also strongly condemn the manner in which the first arrests took place, after dark, …

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