Jessica J. Bass

CME group loses key legal battle in potentially costly lawsuit for trader

The plaintiffs allege that CME violated members’ rights when it moved its main electronic trading platform to Chicago’s western suburb of Aurora in 2012. One such benefit for members was lower trading fees. , but the Aurora system often resulted in a leveling of fees between members and non-members, and …

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Ghislaine Maxwell trial – live: photos of Epstein shown to jury after court heard he had wired millions to socialite

Ghislaine Maxwell trial: the second accuser testifies Prosecutors in the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite and former partner of Jeffrey Epstein, began on day seven of the six-week trial by showing jurors photographs illustrating Ms Maxwell’s relationship with Epstein. Ms Maxwell, 59, is accused of preparing teenage girls …

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Vice President Kamala Harris learns his job is ripe for ridicule

Kamala Harris can’t take a break. When not ignored – which is most of the time – the Vice President is portrayed as inept, unworkable, or portrayed as an anchor weighing down on the Biden administration. Sometimes all three. She heads to Paris for a well-executed goodwill tour, and critics …

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MUNICIPAL COURT | News, Sports, Jobs

LISBON – In county municipal court, Linda R. Stuller, 33, West State Street, Salem, was linked to the grand jury on charges of drunken weapons and improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle after allegedly firing a pistol at the window of an SUV parked in Perry Township on …

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Lawyer for animal rights group convicted of taking goat from Sospiro Goat Ranch

Wayne Hsiung, along with deputy lawyer Jonathan Frohnmayer and paralegal Erica Wilson, speaks outside the Transylvania County Courthouse on November 29, 2021. A jury found Wayne Hsiung guilty on Monday of theft and breaking and entering charges for taking a goat at Sospiro Goat Ranch in 2018. Hsiung – a …

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Some of the British Columbia Circuit Court jurors will report on Tuesday

Some of the BC Circuit Court jurors will report on Tuesday | KTLO Rain: 7am to 7am: 0.46 ″ Month: 0.46 ″ Year: 44.49 ″ Recorded temperatures: High: 72 Low: 37 Jurors at Baxter County Circuit Court Group B are scheduled to report for work Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. …

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Woman who snuck into NHS job jailed for 12 months

A woman who lied and cheated into a high-level civil service job in Croydon was jailed for 12 months and agreed to repay the money she received. Please don’t get too excited – this is not a case involving Jo Negrini, the self-proclaimed “regeneration practitioner” who has been cleared to …

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Ubiquiti violates internal work, according to FBI and DoJ

The recent unveiling of a multi-count indictment before a grand jury for Nikolas Sharp provides a unique and convoluted series of criminal events. It appears Sharp has pledged to put around $ 2 million in its pocket via a data theft and extortion effort, with a twist of “whistleblower” claims …

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Pamplin Media Group – Trial Scheduled for Oregon Police Officer Charged with Drunken Misconduct

Judge Theodore Sims has granted a motion for a continuation of Teets’ trial to be delayed until after the trial of fellow officer and witness Bradley Schuetz. A Washington County judge has tentatively set the trial of Forest Grove police officer Steven Teets for February 9. Teets was originally scheduled …

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Child molester appears in county court after jury found him guilty of assaulting his sister-in-law | Bendigo Advertiser

news, news-locales, bendigo, court, abuse, child abuse, sexual assault A WOMAN who was sexually assaulted as a child by her brother-in-law confronted the man in court, saying his betrayal had traumatized her. The 37-year-old central Victorian-era man was stoic when the woman told county court she was the “strongest and …

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