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The UK’s Privy Council has allowed an appeal by current and former police officers over the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service's previous policy of requiring officers to retire at 55 and then rehiring them at a lower rank.
The opening of a civil case brought by a police constable who claims he was assaulted by his chief inspector was delayed Wednesday after an 11th-hour application from the officer for time to track down additional evidence.
A settlement agreement has been reached in a 2015 lawsuit filed by former Cayman Islands National Roads Authority Director Brian Tomlinson against his former employer, the Cayman Compass has learned.
Three years after a U.S.-based management firm sued the Cayman Islands National Insurance Company, CINICO continues to fight the case in the U.S. federal court.
A Saudi family business empire at the center of a multi-billion dollar legal dispute in the Cayman Islands has signed a settlement agreement to repay some of the funds it owes to more than 100 banks and financial institutions.
More than 300 people have sued a British Virgin Islands funds trader, its associated entities and the Cayman Islands-based dms Bank & Trust Ltd., seeking the location and repayment of tens of millions of dollars they believed was going to be invested in foreign currency trades.
Non-disclosure agreements attached to certain government lawsuit settlements prevented the public from learning what a proposed $700,000 in the upcoming government budget would be spent on.
Ten former and current Royal Cayman Islands Police Service officers have sued the government, claiming they were forced to retire, with some accepting a lower rank in order to maintain employment after they reached age 55.