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Legal news Roundup - December 17, 2014

Compiled By Mallory Hendry

Canada

Securities regulators concerned about lost equity flow, Reuters

'Respectful use' of Rehtaeh Parsons' name will not be prosecuted under publication ban: Justice minister, Chronicle Herald

New rules across North America will ensure consumers know grade of maple syrup they are buying, The National Post

United States

Sprint could face $105 million fine by FCC for 'cramming' cell phone bills, Reuters

U.S. confirms steep import duties on solar products from China, Taiwan, Reuters

International

Officials say EU to tighten sanctions on Crimea for leaders summit, Reuters

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Russia central bank investigating possible manipulation on foreign currency market[/a], Reuters


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