China Supreme Court Makes Crypto Fundraising a Criminal Offence

China Supreme Court Makes Crypto Fundraising a Criminal Offence

Fundraising that exceeds CNY 50 million, or losses involving at CNY 25 million or 5,000 people, could result in more than 10 years in prison. Get access today Sign up for a free 2-week trial and get instant, unrestricted and unlimited access to Regulation Asia. FREE TRIAL Already taken your free trial? Get in touch … Read more

China Court Rules Crypto Transactions ‘Illegal’

China Court Rules Crypto Transactions 'Illegal'

China’s Supreme Court this week set penalties for violating recent prohibitions against engaging in cryptocurrency transactions. Engaging in “illegal fundraising” — the Chinese government’s term for a category of offenses that includes using cryptocurrency — encompasses transactions using “the internet, the media, promotion conferences, leaflets, mobile phones information and other means to publicize it to … Read more

Court lottery gives Biden administration a chance to revive COVID vaccine mandate

Court lottery gives Biden administration a chance to revive COVID vaccine mandate

A man wears an anti-vaccine button as people and teachers protest against New York City mandated vaccines against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in front of the United States Court in Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., October 12, 2021. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File PhotoNov 16 (Reuters) – Lawsuits filed around the country challenging the Biden … Read more

U.S. appeals court affirms hold on Biden COVID-19 vaccine mandate

U.S. appeals court affirms hold on Biden COVID-19 vaccine mandate

Nov 12 (Reuters) – A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld its decision to put on hold an order by President Joe Biden for companies with 100 workers or more to require COVID-19 vaccines, rejecting a challenge by his administration.A three-member panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans affirmed its … Read more

NSW paramedic John Larter loses COVID vaccination exemption bid in Supreme Court

A paramedic in dark coveralls stands with his hands on his hips in a park.

A Supreme Court Justice has dismissed a bid by a regional New South Wales paramedic to be exempted from receiving COVID-19 vaccines.Key points:Supreme Court Justice Christine Adamson accepted the “thought processes” of Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant, who gave evidence during the caseJustice Adamson said it would be “of no comfort” for a patient under … Read more

Pakistan’s Sindh High Court directs the government to develop crypto regulatory framework within 3 months

Pakistan’s Sindh High Court directs the government to develop crypto regulatory framework within 3 months

The Sindh High Court in Pakistan directed the government on October 20, to develop and submit the proposed regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies within 3 months. The High Court also formed a committee headed by federal finance secretary Kamran Ali Afzal to fast-track and oversee the progress on the matter. Besides, the court has advised the … Read more

Pakistan Government Not Against Crypto Investments, High Court Calls for Regulations – Regulation Bitcoin News

Pakistan Government Not Against Crypto Investments, High Court Calls for Regulations

The executive power will not oppose cryptocurrency investments, a high-ranking government official has told lawmakers in Pakistan. The statement comes as a regional high court has urged the federal government to regulate cryptocurrencies and formed a committee to look into the matter in the coming months. Minister Says Pakistan Government Has No Objection to Investments … Read more

Covid-19: Dannevirke court sitting delayed due to coronavirus scare

Covid-19: Dannevirke court sitting delayed due to coronavirus scare

David Unwin/StuffThe Dannevirke courthouse is not running as it should on Friday due to a Covid-19 scare in the town.The Dannevirke courthouse has not opened for its usual sitting on Friday due to a Covid-19 scare in the town. The courthouse was locked since 8.40am, with people due to appear and lawyers not already in … Read more

Accused AFL grand final COVID rule-breakers Hayden Burbank and Mark Babbage ordered to face court in Darwin

Hayden Burbank and Mark Babbage

Two Melbourne men accused of falsifying documents to enter Western Australia to attend the AFL grand final have been ordered to face court in the Northern Territory. Hayden Burbank, 49, and Mark Babbage, 39 travelled from Darwin into Western Australia on September 22, allegedly claiming to be NT residents.The two were arrested just south of Perth and charged by … Read more

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh tests positive for COVID-19

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh tests positive for COVID-19

WASHINGTON, Oct 1 (Reuters) – U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has tested positive for COVID-19, but has no symptoms, according to a court statement that said he would miss Friday’s investiture ceremony for Justice Amy Coney Barrett.Kavanaugh, 56, tested positive just days before the court is scheduled to open its new term and resume … Read more