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- CFTC Gets Aggressive on Virtual Currency Fraud With Dual Enforcement Actions January 19, 2018The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission announced two civil enforcement actions Friday that focused on fraud around one of the hottest commodities right now: virtual currency.
- Wells Fargo, Ending Its Appeal, Settles Whistleblower's $577K Retaliation Case January 19, 2018Wells Fargo & Co. has reached a settlement with a former branch manager who claimed she was fired for blowing the whistle on employees who had been opening accounts without permission. Federal regulators earlier ordered the whistleblower be paid $577,000. Wells Fargo had appealed that order.
- Opioid Special Master: 'This Litigation is a Multilevel Chess Game.' January 19, 2018A federal judge in Cleveland has appointed three special masters to help craft a settlement in the massive opioid litigation. One of them, Cathy Yanni, spoke to law.com about the complex case, which involves hundreds of cities, counties, states, Native American tribes and others that have sued manufacturers and distributors of the prescription painkillers.