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A report issued by WP 29 has raised concerns regarding certain limitations in Québec’s scheme of protection for personal information.
Employer did not breach safety-reprisal settlement when it dismissed employee after harassment investigation
An employer that dismissed an employee after a harassment investigation did not breach a previous safety-reprisal settlement with the employee, the OLRB has held.
Custom and practice have always been important when it comes to interpreting laws in the Sultanate. In some circumstances, custom may even be law itself.
In some instances, the company should consider a strategy of shifting some of the costs and fees associated with compliance to the party issuing the subpoena.
Independent governance committees will need to be in place by the April 2015 implementation date.
Can the Premier League take down online goal videos and should it?
There has been a lot of talk about the Landlord and Tenant Covenants Act 1995 following the decisions in Good Harvest v Centaur and K/S Victoria v House of Fraser.
On 10 September 2014, the Council of Ministers announced a draft amendment to the Tax Ordinance regarding the ‘general anti-tax-avoidance clause’.
Financial Regulatory Developments — presidency publishes IMD 2 compromise; new commissioners announced; and more
Dentons has released the 12 September 2014 edition of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
Members of the Global Privacy Enforcement Network (GPEN) have released the results of the network’s May 2014 privacy sweep.
The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled on 10 July 2014 that a retail store design may — subject to certain conditions — be registered as a trademark.
In Gariepy v the Queen, the Tax Court considered whether two directors had effectively resigned from their positions.
Employee’s lack of knowledge of OHSA was factor in denying him promotion; employee’s grievance dismissed
An employee’s lack of knowledge of safety laws was a proper consideration in his employer’s decision to deny him a promotion, a labour arbitration board has decided.
The offshore oil and gas industry in the North Sea is experiencing a defining period in its history.
Here is a list of frequently asked questions regarding EB5 escrow intended to help regional centres, developers and foreign investors.
In McKesson v The Queen, Justice Patrick Boyle recused himself from the two remaining issues with which he was seized in the transfer pricing case.
In a recent hearing in the Cardiff Mercantile Court, His Honour Judge Keyser QC considered various arguments advanced in relation to an interest rate swap.
A 19-year-old has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder after he stabbed to death a youth worker at a supported independent living facility in Alberta in 2012.
The Ontario government has proposed to amend the Insurance Act (Ontario) by requiring mandatory insurance of long-term disability (LTD) benefits provided by employers.
In July 2014, the House of Lords Communications Committee published a report to inform and stimulate discussion on how the law should respond to offences committed using social media.