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Licensed issuers can now issue and trade covered warrants on exchanges outside the free zones in the UAE.
Significant amendments to Oman’s Commercial Agencies Law become effective in July 2014 by Sultani Decree 34/2014
Sultani Decree 34/2014 has brought in the most significant amendments to the Commercial Agencies Law (Sultani Decree 26/77) since amendments in 1996.
This judgment considers the iniquity exception to legal professional privilege and the point at which a client conducts himself so dishonestly that the advice given is in furtherance of a fraud.
Limited supply allocated to EB5 investors born in mainland China is now exhausted and no further supply will be available until 1 October 2014.
Conclusion of new agreements between shareholders of Ukrainian joint-stock companies and depository institutions
On 12 October 2014, a year will have passed since the Law of Ukraine ‘On the Depository System of Ukraine’ No. 5178-VI entered into force.
Earlier this year, McKesson Canada Corporation appealed the decision of the Tax Court of Canada in McKesson Canada Corporation v The Queen.
‘Don’t worry about me, I carry weapons’: employee’s violent statements warranted serious discipline but not dismissal
An electrician’s comment, ‘Don’t worry about me, I carry weapons’ and ‘it would really feel good to kill something today’, did not warrant dismissal.
Financial Regulatory Developments: Office for Science to examine FinTech; FCA publishes credit application checklists; and more
Dentons has released the 22 August 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
In a decision rendered on 24 July 2014, the French Competition Authority imposed a €1.7m (£1.35m) fine on Société Nouvelle des Yaourts de Littée.
Cegedim, in a dominant position on the market of medical information databases, has been heavily sanctioned by the French Competition Authority.
The absence of prior notice of mergers may result in significant fines without breaching the principle of proportionality
High financial consequences may be borne by companies that have failed to notify and have implemented their merger without authorisation from the competent competition authority.
Lately, courts and litigants have begun to realise that old-school punishments can be effective in dealing with lawyer misconduct.
The Canada Revenue Agency has introduced a new tool for tax compliance with the release of the first CRA app for businesses.
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.