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Based on recent news reports, the Thames Tideway Tunnel is set to be the most contentious development consent order (DCO) so far.
Chantal Bernier provides five tips that can benefit companies in responding to a privacy regulator.
The court has considered an application for judicial review of a decision made by the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) to entertain a complaint against the applicant.
British Columbia is developing a liquefied natural gas industry. A key step in furthering the progress of LNG projects is the introduction of an LNG tax regime.
The CFPB has issued a final rule allowing lenders to cure loans that do not meet the ‘points and fees’ test under the Ability-to-Repay/Qualified Mortgage Rule.
The commissioner of lobbying, pursuant to powers in the Lobbying Act, has published a revised code of conduct and invited written submissions on these proposed revisions.
Dentons has released the 24 October 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
It’s frustrating, and concerning, when lawyers underestimate the time and cost it will take to handle a matter.
This highly anticipated appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada has been scheduled for hearing, and the parties have now filed their factums in the appeal.
Examining the effect of the final Dodd-Frank credit risk retention rule upon the student loan finance industry
The Dodd-Frank Act’s required credit risk retention rules were finalised and adopted by US regulators last week.
Consumer finance update: new Ginnie Mae requirements for issuers approved for certain Ginnie Mae programmes
Ginnie Mae has announced new requirements in response to the continued transformation of the housing market.
A British Columbia judge has considered an employer’s concerns for the safety of replacement workers, in granting an injunction against picketing workers.
Is the PPF levy for your scheme fair? Does it reflect the true risk of the scheme ever becoming a burden to the PPF?
There has been a flurry of recent scrutiny and activity in the areas of foreign and domestic charities.
Qatar has recently introduced Law No 6 of 2014 ‘Regulating Real Estate Development’, the first piece of substantial real-estate legislation in a decade.
Industry Canada has published a Q&A on the next steps for those entities that have not yet continued under the Canada Not-For-Profit Corporations Act.
Heads we win, tails you lose (the difficulties of litigating against an adversary who will still owe you money if they win)
The recent judgment of Teare J marks the latest staging post in the advance of these claims towards trial.
The Canadian dollar high-yield market continues to provide flexibility to public dividend-paying issuers to implement and maintain their distribution policies through specific and customised dividend baskets.
‘An employee does not necessarily get one free sexual harassment before he loses his job’, says arbitrator in upholding dismissal
An arbitrator has upheld the dismissal of a unionised employee for one incident of sexual harassment and threats on Facebook.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has adopted a set of laws designed to create a legislative framework to fight corruption and money laundering in Ukraine.