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The Cabinet Office has said it will appeal the High Court decision in Annette Ellis v Cabinet Office  EWHC 2049 (Ch).
Employer asks HRTO for permission to access employer’s own ‘Occupational Health and Claims Management’ file on employee
Must an employer obtain permission from the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario to access medical records on an employee who filed a human rights complaint?
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services agency reports faster processing times for immigrant investors in the US under the EB5.
The UK government has published application criteria and terms for the 14th onshore oil and gas licensing round, accompanied by new guidance.
Calculations on ISDA close-out: Lehman Brothers Finance SA (in liquidation) v Sal Oppenheim jr & cie KGAA
This case provides further guidance in relation to how payment on early termination of a 1992 ISDA Master Agreement should be calculated where automatic early termination applies.
Twenty-day jail sentence for employee who released employer’s confidential information in breach of court order
A former employee received a 20-day jail sentence after she disclosed the plaintiffs’ confidential business methods and disparaged their business reputation.
The US Commerce Department’s BIS has issued a final rule amending the Export Administration Regulations and imposing further export controls against Russia’s energy sector.
Last month, Russian legislators adopted major changes to RF Law No. 173-FZ, ‘On currency regulations and currency control’.
MoL permits employer to have multi-workplace joint health and safety committee, union’s challenge dismissed
A union has lost a request to suspend an MoL director’s order allowing a school board to establish a multi-workplace joint health and safety committee.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has adopted a new law that stipulates the creation of a free economic zone in Crimea for 10 full calendar years.
The Infrastructure Development Act 23 of 2014 creates the statutory entity that will facilitate strategic infrastructure development projects and related approvals.
Ensuring compliance with Dentons’ top 10 tips list will help to keep your workplace running smoothly.
MoL managers have discretion as to whether to send out an inspector when an employer calls after-hours about a workplace accident, a recent decision suggests.
German Federal Fiscal Court ruling potentially provides reduced withholding rates to certain US entities
The German Federal Fiscal Court was tasked with determining whether an ‘S’ corporation is considered a US resident under the 2006 protocol of the German-US income tax treaty.
A court has held that a user clause proposed in a lease renewal by a local authority landlord which would prohibit the tenant from selling convenience goods and alcohol would breach a prohibition.
Clarification on the application of the Brussels Regulation to the activities of banks’ branches in McGraw Hill International (UK) LTD v Deutsche Apotheker Und Arztebank EG and Others  EWHC 2436 (Comm).
Twitter began to light up on 7 August 2014 when Canadian singer/songwriter Jann Arden began to object, via a series of tweets, to the practice of Calgary radio station 90.3 AMP of playing shortened versions of songs.
A former shareholder of a defendant mining company sought to bring a class action against the company and two senior executives for alleged misrepresentations.
Alleging panic attacks due to mistreatment at work, employee’s HRTO application dismissed for duplicating court action
Employees may not raise the same human rights issue before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and the courts, a recent HRTO decision confirms.
Court of Appeal clarifies directors’ fiduciary duties and the business judgment rule for executive compensation matters
The nature of directors’ and officers’ fiduciary duties has been confimed, and the application of the business judgment rule in the context of a dispute regarding executive compensation clarified.