The court upheld the decision of the Court of Appeal and, applying the ex turpi causa non oritur actio (ex turpi causa in brief) principle, struck out summarily the claim against the auditors Moore Stephens of the company Stone Rolls
What really caused the world’s greatest financial crisis? The prevailing narrative, as articulated by President Obama and his allies, was that the crisis was caused by insufficient government regulation.
Sharman’s book is a most interesting contribution to the discourse on the current measures to control money laundering and, to a lesser extent, terrorist financing.
The Kabulbank scam in Afghanistan may be the largest theft the world has ever experienced. This is the first of a three-part series chronicling the unfolding and ultimate resolution of that scandal.
Given today’s far greater number of professional economists, one would have thought that monetary reform proposals would be far superior to those of the 1930s. But surprisingly almost the exact opposite is true:
The formation of CRICO was prompted by the withdrawal of commercial insurance carriers from the Massachusetts insurance market due to deteriorating underwriting results.