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Christopher Graham spoke at the recent Privacy Laws & Business Conference in Cambridge, UK. Here is an update of the main points.
Dentons Warsaw lawyers have co-authored the ‘BNP Paribas Real Estate Guide to Investing in Poland 2014’.
The latest action to be taken by the competition authorities is the public consultation on the provisional decision by the CMA on PCAs and banking services to SMEs.
Ontario’s government introduced workplace legislation on 16 July 2014 that would affect five labour and employment statutes in the province.
The Secret Service and the Department of Homeland Security have issued a warning to travellers and the hospitality industry about hotel business centres.
Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) — 18 July 2014: FSB proposes recommendations on forex fix; and more
Dentons has released the 18 July 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
As of 1 July 2014, Saskatchewan employers who violate certain occupational health and safety laws may be issued a summary offence ticket.
In Moore v Getahun, the plaintiff suffered a wrist injury in a motorcycle accident and claimed medical negligence against the treating doctor.
Disclaimer and rates liability — Schroder Exempt Property Unit Trust and another v Birmingham City Council
A landlord is liable for business rates where a tenant’s lease is disclaimed, even if the landlord does not take possession of the property following a disclaimer.
Each EU member state has been given until 22 July 2013 to implement the AIFMD into national law.
In this video interview, partner Todd Daubert discusses the specific impact of technological advancement on four key sectors.
The High Court has upheld the decision of the secretary of state to grant planning permission for a foodstore in Westminster.
On 11 July 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) released its decision in Grassy Narrows First Nation v Ontario (Natural Resources).
An employee has failed in his bid to persuade the Human Rights Tribunal that safety-related discipline against him was discriminatory under the Human Rights Code.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is currently preparing for the award of concurrent competition enforcement powers on 1 April 2015.
As if employers needed one, we now have yet another decision invalidating a termination provision for failure to comply with the Employment Standards Act 2000.
Starting on 1 April 2014, the New York estate tax exemption (in addition to amounts passing to, or to a qualifying trust for, a surviving spouse or a charity) was increased from $1m to $2m.
The Republic of Kazakhstan has unilaterally introduced a visa-free regime for the period from 15 July 2014 to 15 July 2015 for the citizens of 10 countries.
Thouron v US: Third Circuit holds reliance on counsel may relieve penalties for late payment of taxes
In Thouron v United States, the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit held that reliance on tax advice may establish a reasonable cause defence to failure to pay penalties.
Predicting the future is inherently difficult. Predicting future legal expenses is similarly challenging.