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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.
McCarthy v Marks & Spencer plc focused on the following two avenues of claim: negligence at common law and the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957.
In 0742443 BC Ltd v The Queen, the Tax Court considered whether the taxpayer’s business of providing mini-storage and associated services was a ‘specified investment business’.
Adam Brown reports on the financial provisions and some proposals on shale-related matters that have so far not found their way into the Infrastructure Bill.
The High Court’s decision in the WCC case was as a reminder that it is not enough to label something a planning obligation.
Dentons’ Katie Ashton discusses the trends that are forcing change in how healthcare services will be delivered in the decades ahead.
Financial Regulatory Developments — ESAs publish joint work programme; ESMA speaks on PRIIPs and MiFID 2; and more
Dentons has released the 17 October 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
In this article, Dentons looks at the changes at the federal level and those at the St Petersburg and Leningrad Oblast level.
Clauses have been inserted into the Infrastructure Bill currently before Parliament to legislate for the key principle in Sir Ian Wood’s report.
Early termination payment calculated under ISDA Master Agreement enforced against quasi-public body lacking capacity
Mr Justice Andrew Smith has handed down judgment in a claim by Credit Suisse against a Dutch social-housing foundation, Vestia, for the sum of about €83m.
The US CFPB has issued a proposed rule to amend the TILA-RESPA Integrated Mortgage Disclosure Rule, which takes effect on 1 August 2015.
The US OSHA has launched an Ebola web page for employers, providing information on Ebola and how to protect workers.