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Verity Buckingham of Dentons discusses the key changes to UK immigration rules, including the increase in fees for immigration applications and the reduction of visitor visa routes.
Less than one month remains to the deadline for filing 2014 tax returns in Russia.
Viability continues to shape planning, but the debate is moving towards wider issues of transparency and participation.
On 13 April 2015 the first drafts of two regulations that define the maximum volume and value of electricity generated in renewable energy source (RES) to be auctioned in year 2016 were published.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioner’s Center for Insurance Policy and Research (CIPR) recently released the findings of its study on telematics-supported usage-based insurance.
Financial Regulatory Developments, 17 April: “Dear CEO” letters; Lending Code reviewed; £126m custody failings fine; and more
Also: compatibility of Solvency 2 with accounting principles; EU supervisory convergence; and more.
…and the present is no time to request a loss determination.
The US Senate has passed the Medicare Access and Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act with bipartisan support.
A company could not establish a due diligence defence because it had not taken all reasonable steps to prevent an accident.
Citizenship and Immigration Services agency to resume 15-day, $1,225 premium processing of H-1Bs.
What organisations should do before moving to an online behavioural advertising model.
The directorate will disclose public information about every charity and has produced 22 videos and webinars for donors and charities.
Among the key questions answered here is: To what extent is the UK a less attractive arbitral location now than it was in previous years?
Mining issuers have their qualified persons (QPs) and occasionally legal counsel review technical disclosure, including news releases and technical reports, to ensure they comply.
“Resources are not reserves”, and other findings of a review of investor presentations on mining issuers’ websites.
The Canada Revenue Agency has appointed a new Taxpayers’ Ombudsman, the second since the position was created in 2008.
Financial Regulatory Developments, 10 April: centralised MiFIR data; easing swaps clearance; updated Basel III FAQs; and more
Also in this issue: upcoming statements on B2L mortgates and whistleblowing from the FCA.
The Ontario Ministry of Labour will begin a province-wide employment standards workplace inspection blitz targeting the janitorial, security, business services, fitness and recreation centres, amusement, and recreation sectors.
Joby Beretta considers key legal issues arising from the proliferation of Big Data and questions whether the Gulf Co-operation Council legislative framework is prepared for the challenge.
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services received more H-1B petitions subject to annual quota limits for Fiscal Year 2016 than the law allows to be granted.