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NYDFS fines Western Union $60 million on AML failures, China wires, a year after larger federal fine

USA - January 5 2018 New York’s state regulator Thursday penalized the world’s largest money transmitter $60 million for historical financial crime compliance failures and

Western Union to pay nearly $600 million over failures in AML, fraud and agent oversight

USA - January 19 2017 The world’s largest money transmitter will pay nearly $600 million to U.S. authorities, the largest compliance-related penalty ever against a money

US Congress looks to boost law enforcement powers, increase compliance requirements in AML hearing

USA - December 1 2017 U.S. federal law enforcement found Congress willing to give broad support in increasing investigative powers, removing stumbling blocks in complex

SEC, Finra get more aggressive against penny stock fraudsters, AML gaps

USA - October 5 2017 The top U.S. regulators of the securities industry are more aggressively penalizing trading firms whose lax financial crime compliance programs allow

A ‘Unique Repository’ of Sensitive Information on Everything from Corporate Financials to Intellectual Property and More, Law Firms Increasingly Tempting Targets to Hackers

Global, USA - March 10 2016 Hackers are increasingly painting a bullseye on the cyber defenses of law firms, attempting to gain access to a "treasure trove" of sensitive

BARBRI International Bar Review Programme Taster Session

USA - February 19 2018 As the practise of law becomes more and more international and business continues to move towards cross-border transactions, the need for foreign or

NYDFS fines Western Union $60 million on AML failures, China wires, a year after larger federal fine

USA - January 5 2018 New York’s state regulator Thursday penalized the world’s largest money transmitter $60 million for historical financial crime compliance failures and

US Congress looks to boost law enforcement powers, increase compliance requirements in AML hearing

USA - December 1 2017 U.S. federal law enforcement found Congress willing to give broad support in increasing investigative powers, removing stumbling blocks in complex

Library? What’s a Library? The Growing Need for Legal Information Specialists & Continuing Legal Education

USA - November 28 2017 When I taught research as a writing professor, I would regale students of the olden days when I’d work in the government documents repository at my

Data, Data, Everywhere: Critical Cyber Security Updates for 2018

USA - November 20 2017 In a recent NPR podcast entitled, “Your Cell Phone’s A Snitch,” we hear a story which, in many ways, is old news. They share talk about a string of