Tag Archives: Legal

James Damore has an ‘above decent’ chance of winning his legal case against Google

James Damore, the man fired by Google after he published a manifesto that suggested women may have a disadvantage in tech because of their biology, may well prevail in the legal case he has filed against his former employer. That’s because he filed his complaint against Alphabet (Google’s corporate parent) under a provision of the National Labor Relations Act that protects workers’ rights ... Read More »

Buy legal steroids and stay safe

Nowadays the practical use of steroids have become so popular that they are all over the news and television channels, making headlines on how it improved the athletic performance of runner or the weight lifting capacity of a builder. Every other person in the world is using synthetic medications to enhance their natural strength, sexual drive, cognitive functioning and weight ... Read More »

Legal challenge to British government’s right to trigger EU divorce begins

A legal bid to force the British government to seek parliamentary approval before starting the formal process of leaving the European Union begins on Thursday, with ministers calling it an anti-democratic tactic to delay Brexit. Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the mechanism by which Britain begins a two-year process to ... Read More »

RBS’s worst-case legal bill could hit $27 billion

Royal Bank of Scotland may have to pay out as much as $27 billion (21.74 billion pounds), roughly the market value of the bank, in misconduct fines and lawsuits over the next few years, lawyers and analysts said. That bill represents the upper end of estimates to settle a range of claims related to RBS’s alleged misconduct before and during ... Read More »

Tesco faces UK legal action over accounting scandal

Tesco is facing a legal action by a group of investors who claim to have lost £150m due to the supermarket’s 2014 accounting irregularities scandal. “Shareholders were misled by information inaccurately provided to the market with knowledge by management,” alleges Jeremy Marshall from Bentham Europe, the firm funding the claim, speaking to the BBC. Mr Marshall said the legal action ... Read More »

Deutsche Bank Confirms Silver Market Manipulation In Legal Settlement, Agrees To Expose Other Banks

Back in July of 2014, we reported that in an attempt to obtain if not compensation, then at least confirmation of bank manipulation in the precious metals industry, a group of silver bullion banks including Deutsche Bank, Bank of Nova Scotia and HSBC (later UBS was also added to the defendants) were accused of manipulating prices in the multi-billion dollar ... Read More »