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Dentons experts have prepared an overview of the most important legislation changes in real estate and construction for 2014.
The Ministry of Economy issued a ministerial resolution in 2014 setting out new requirements with which public joint stock companies must comply before entering into a related party transaction.
The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage is working on amendments to the Polish Broadcasting Act.
The Law of Ukraine on Measures to stabilise the balance of payments of Ukraine was adopted by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on 28 December 2014.
Posting of standard operating procedure was not enough: OLRB refuses to suspend inspector’s training order
Employers often post new procedures in the workplace without providing formal training. A recent decision of the Ontario Labour Relations Board suggests that for some procedures posting is not enough; rather, training is required.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has settled with Goodyear, which will pay $16m in disgorgement and pre-judgment interest to resolve alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Constitutional concerns and uncertainties.
By Raj Kulasingam and Cindy Oraro The spate of major oil and gas discoveries in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Mozambique in recent years has seen much talk of East Africa becoming a key player in the...
Dentons has released the February 2015 edition of its Competition News update.
Saudisation restrictions have eased and the Wage Protection System is to enter its sixth phase.
A retail employee who helped pursue a shoplifter, in violation of the employer’s workplace violence policy, could sue the employer and a supervisor in the courts for her injury.
What does s237 actually say?
Financial Regulatory Developments(FReD): EC consults on capital markets union, pre-arrears processes reviewed and more
Latest update on regulatory moves in the financial world.
In CIBC Mortgages Inc the court considered applications from competing mortgagees to a property where the first charge had been discharged by fraud and subsequent mortgages were obtained.
The OSC proposed a whistleblower program aimed at encouraging individuals with high-quality information regarding serious misconduct to come forward.
As well as providing security, a key function of the mortgage is preventing the aircraft’s deregistration from the civil aircraft register in the country from which it operates.
The introduction of new policy on section 106 tariffs and affordable housing has generated significant interest and concern.
Emerging analysis from the investigation into GB gas and electricity supply suggests that consumers are paying more than they need to because of their failure to “engage in” the market.
Having an active joint health and safety committee can help employers defend against OHSA charges, court decision suggests
An Ontario court has dismissed charges under the Occupational Health and Safety Act after two incidents that the joint health and safety committeee did not identify as posing a “high priority” safety concern.
Emma Radmore looks at how the 2014 changes have taken effect, and looks forward to the key regulatory priorities and changes for 2015.