The issue in Sheriff v. Gillie is whether private attorneys appointed by the state to collect debts owed to the state are “officers” or employees of the state who are exempt from the FDCPA.
Charges unsealed against three defendants who allegedly engaged in hundreds of millions of dollars of transactions on behalf of the government of Iran and Iranian entities as part of a scheme to evade U.S. sanctions
John Ashe, a former president of the U.N. General Assembly, a billionaire real estate developer and three others were indicted Tuesday in an alleged bribery scheme.
Insolvency practitioners from 88 countries describe how debt enforcement will proceed against an identical hotel about to default on its debts.
Baku-Tbilisi-Kars, one of the most important railway projects in region, is expected to be completed soon.
Azerbaijan has ordered 30 new passenger trains for its newly opened $600million railway route, which directly connects Turkey, Georgia and Azerbaijan.
European Court of Justice rules 2000's data protection agreement with US invalid, but will that stop Facebook from transferring your EU data to America?
The nuclear deal that the United States and five other great powers signed with Iran in July 2015 is the final product of a decadelong effort at arms control.
Turkey is moving forward with its ambition to switch to nuclear energy, the latest of which is the approval of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant’s (NPP) environmental impact assessment, which has paved the way for the construction of the facility.
As the world’s six major powers negotiate a nuclear deal with Iran, U.S. and European oil companies are already eyeing the potential benefits of reinvesting in Iran’s petroleum sector.
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Turkey ranks second in infrastructure investments after Brazil: World Bank