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Deutsche Bank to pay more than $10 million to settle two CFTC cases
Deutsche Bank CFTCJune 19, 2020 ET
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission announced the settlement of two enforcement matters involving Deutsche Bank.
Wallenius Wilhelmsen pleads guilty to criminal cartel conduct
Wallenius WilhelmsenJune 18, 2020 ET
Norwegian shipping company Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean (WWO) has entered a guilty plea in the Federal Court to criminal cartel conduct.
FTC: Safariland in anticompetitive agreements with body camera systems seller Axon
Safariland body cameraJune 18, 2020 ET
The Federal Trade Commission has approved a final order settling charges that Safariland, LLC, which manufactures and sells equipment for the law-enforcement, military, and recreational markets, entered several anticompetitive agreements with body-worn camera system seller Axon.
Former Bumble Bee CEO sentenced to prison for fixing prices of canned tuna
Bumble Bee FoodsJune 17, 2020 ET
Christopher Lischewski, former chief executive officer and president of Bumble Bee Foods LLC, was sentenced to serve 40 months in jail and pay a $100,000 criminal fine for his leadership role in a three-year antitrust conspiracy to fix prices of canned tuna, the Department of Justice announced.
Maryland Attorney General Frosh announces $20 million settlement with Wells Fargo
Wells FargoJune 17, 2020 ET
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced that his Securities Division entered into a $20 million settlement with Wells Fargo.
Lviv region: SBU documents millions of malversations of Ukrzaliznytsia officials
sbuJune 15, 2020 ET
The Security Service of Ukraine has documented millions of abuses by officials of the Lviv Railway Regional branch while purchasing repair parts for rolling stock.
UK roofing firms Associated Lead Mills and H.J Enthoven admit to illegal cartel
Associated Lead MillsJune 12, 2020 ET
2 of the UK’s largest suppliers of rolled lead have admitted to taking part in anti-competitive arrangements and could face fines of more than £11 million.
FCA fines Lloyds Banking Group £64m after mistreating mortgage customers in difficulty
Lloyds Banking GroupJune 12, 2020 ET
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Lloyds Bank plc, Bank of Scotland plc and The Mortgage Business plc (the banks) £64,046,800 for failures in relation to their handling of mortgage customers in payment difficulties or arrears.
FTC reaches settlement with Kohl’s over identity theft problem
Kohl’s Department StoresJune 11, 2020 ET
Kohl’s Department Stores, Inc. has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $220,000 to settle Federal Trade Commission allegations that Kohl’s violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) by refusing to provide complete records of transactions to consumers whose personal information was used by identity thieves.
Thai seafood scammers sentenced to 1,446 years in prison
Laemgate InfiniteJune 10, 2020 ET
The owners of a seafood restaurant that ran an infamous con on its own customers were sentenced in court to nearly a millennium and a half behind bars.
Slovakia: Council of AMO SR fines cartel in sale of Volkswagen vehicles
Volkswagen ChineseJune 8, 2020 ET
Council of the Antimonopoly Office of the Slovak Republic changed the first-instance decision of the Antimonopoly Office of the Slovak Republic, the Division of Cartels, in the part concerning the imposed fine.
Sony to pay $3.5 million penalty for misrepresenting PlayStation gamers’ rights
SonyJune 8, 2020 ET
The Federal Court has ordered Sony Interactive Entertainment Network Europe Limited to pay $3.5 million in penalties for making false and misleading representations on its website and in dealings with Australian consumers about their Australian Consumer Law (ACL) rights.
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