President Trump ordered the Department of Labor to put the “fiduciary rule,” a regulation that requires those who get paid for investment advice to act in their client’s best interest, under review, a possible move toward rescinding it. For now, investors should “ignore whether the rule exists or doesn’t exist,” said Michael Kitces, a registered investment adviser. They should ask their adviser: “Are you a fiduciary with respect to all my my investment accounts?” If the answer is no, “you are facing someone who has no duty to give advice in your best interest. Legally, you are working with a salesperson. Judge for yourself if you want to ask for advice from a salesperson.” … [Read more...] about Trump’s fiduciary rule order could pose problem for investors
Court ordered legal notice
“Telegram has never shared any data with the Hong Kong authorities in the past and does not intend to process any data requests related to its Hong Kong users until an international consensus is reached in relation to the ongoing political changes in the city,” spokesman Mike Ravdonikas said. … [Read more...] about Hong Kong leader claims new national security law is not ‘doom and gloom’ despite TikTok pulling out
“Through the course of my review of General Flynn's case, I concluded the proper and just course was to dismiss the case," U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri Jeff Jensen said in a statement last month. "I briefed Attorney General Barr on my findings, advised him on these conclusions, and he agreed." … [Read more...] about Newly uncovered Strzok notes turned over to Flynn’s lawyer
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement notified colleges Monday that international students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools operate entirely online this fall. New visas will not be issued to students at those schools, and others at universities offering a mix of online and in-person classes will be barred from taking all of their classes online. … [Read more...] about Carnegie Mellon University Files Brief Standing With Harvard, MIT To Block ICE Rule On International Students
Per the governor’s latest order, landlords and property managers will have to provide tenants who are behind 30 days to catch up, although it appears that will go back down to 10 days starting July 13. After that, they can go to the courts to seek an eviction order, which they can take to the local sheriff’s department to enforce. … [Read more...] about With moratorium lifted, will Colorado’s rental market see a spike in evictions?