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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.
The government of Québec has confirmed its intention to relaunch the Northern Plan by introducing Bill 11, An Act respecting the Société du Plan Nord.
The BCSC has considered whether rescission should be granted in respect of two real-estate transactions in which the applicant corporations had transferred land to a partnership.
The Algerian Commercial Code does not currently regulate the ‘franchise agreement’ as a recognised form of doing business in Algeria.
Starting in mid-September 2014, the US CBP began optimising processing for first-time Canadian TN and L applicants coming under NAFTA.
One would think it self-evident that employees who punch a customer’s employee in the face may be dismissed for just cause. But it took an appeal for an employer to win on that issue.
Kyiv Tax Newsletter — improvement of the investment activity taxation; and creation of the free economic zone Crimea
Dentons has released the 14 October 2014 issue of its Kyiv Tax Newsletter.
This briefing from Dentons discusses the competition law considerations that need to be taken into account when entering into non-compete agreements.
Fake emails purporting to emanate from the CRA are informing the recipient that he/she has received an Interac email money transfer (i.e. a surprise refund).