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Canada’s Occupational Health and Safety Act may protect employees against retaliation for asserting their rights, but not for merely sustaining an injury.
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Pre-contractual information to form part of the contract and a provision for online content are among the innovations incorporated in the bill.
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No, I want to know why people even bother with gross negligence in joint operating agreements.
If a regulated firm gets full immunity from the FCA for a competition law infringement, will it be fined in any event for breaching FSMA? And other burning questions.
At last there is a political consensus that there is a massive housing shortage in this country.
Lack of a clear and prominent ‘unsubscribe’ mechanism sees Plentyoffish shell out $50k in Canada.
An employee need not physically assault a co-worker to be dismissed for workplace violence.
This Canadian case is a warning about the use of indefinite suspensions, even if the employee keeps being paid.
You may have received an unsolicited email from a foreign company seeking a lawyer in your jurisdiction. Chances are it’s a fake.
With its comprehensive review the Spanish legislator seeks to achieve three goals.
Decision to terminate investigation into Julien Grout’s role in the London Whale affair upheld.
Financial Regulatory Developments: weaknesses in Suspicious Activity Reports system; de-risking under fire; and more
Latest update on regulatory moves in the UK, Europe and beyond.
In 2014 the Advertising Standards Authority received (yet again) a record number of complaints.
The Ontario Employment Standards Act 2000 is raising the general minimum wage from $11 to $11.25 per hour.
Federal Law No 40FZ on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation of 8 March 2015 (the ‘Law’) enters into force on 20 March 2015.
‘Flagrant disregard’ of OHSA, failure to report, gets construction company convicted on five OHSA charges
A construction company that tried to blame a worker’s fall on his untied boots, has been found guilty of all five charges against it under Saskatchewan’s The Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Even though the ‘living wills’ initiative had largely anticipated Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, UK regulators had to make changes to ensure compliance with EU standards.
Compulsory purchase orders should only be used as a last resort. In some recent cases negotiations appear to have been treated as an irritant.