January 23, 2020

Cayman Islands: New Whistleblowing Legislation

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Article by Roger James Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart Co-authored by Philip S. Boni of Higgs and Johnson Approximately two years after it was enacted to protect public and private sector employees who report wrongdoing, the Whistleblower Protection Law, 2015 went into effect on February 1, 2018. One reason advanced for the delay in […]

The Editor Speaks: Dark clouds looming

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I have been a supporter of most of this government’s running of the Cayman Islands affairs but one area I am deeply opposed is in the Freedom of Information (FOI). They want to combine the two departments of the Information Commissioner’s Office with the Complaints Commissioner’s office and include an independent police complaints office under […]

celebrate men and boys

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Football tournament in Cayman Islands helps to celebrate men and boys A friendly football tournament looks like it has become a fixture of the International Men’s Day (IMD) activities. Held last Saturday (22 November) at Camana Bay’s Sports Field, and with approximately 100 players participating, the tournament helped to encourage young boys and men to […]

The Editor Speaks: Dan Duguay adds his spice to the Tempura mix and what exactly is the Judge saying?

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Further to my Editorial in yesterday’s iNews Cayman titled “Just what ‘game’ is Bridger playing?” we now have Cayman’s former auditor general saying “he would like to see government take another look into the funding for the ill-fated Operation Tempura corruption investigation”. Our main story in today’s iNews is the publication of Sir Alan Moses’ […]