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We hope the CRA will align its assessing position with the clear interpretation of the Tax Court.
Failing to properly communicate with clients is a violation of the ethics rules and an oft-cited basis for malpractice claims.
Important compliance issues for companies doing business in Oman.
Financial Regulatory Developments, 24 April: the end of too-big-to-fail; £13m reporting fine; Al Qaida sanctions; and more
Also: EU adopts money laundering directive introducing national registries of ownership, and more.
Sound recording credit eliminated, and other changes.
Start-up clients should keep an organised record of all legal documents – anticipate due diligence and plan accordingly.
Decision in Re MF Global UK could prevent a repeat of complex, evidence-heavy cases such as Lehman Bros FSD.
The Tax Court has in recent years demonstrated a willingness to use cost awards to control the parties’ conduct.
The OIG released new guidance to assist governing boards of healthcare organisations in the discharge of their oversight obligations regarding compliance.
Given two similar opportunities, investors will head for the one that is easiest to understand.
A maintenance electrician had ‘worked on’ a stuck shipping door when he simply ‘inspected’ it, even though he had not actually performed maintenance on it, a court has ruled.
The Government of Canada’s Budget Plan for 2015 proposes various measures within the expected areas of tax relief, job creation and economic growth measures.
In the film Three Days of the Condor a CIA researcher is “in danger and in love”. And American Bar Association Rule 3.3 – Candor Toward the Tribunal — involves plenty of danger too, if you fail to comply.
Your conference call dial-in number can become known or guessed. (After all, some numbers are hard to forget, such as Jenny/867-5309, according to Tommy Tutone.) Here’s how to avoid problems.
The government has fulfilled its pledge to balance its books after seven years of deficit largely by dipping into its contingency fund, cutting spending, and selling off assets.
Containing editorial comments regarding the tax proposals announced in the 2015 Federal Budget.
The US Department of Labor has released its 120-page notice of proposed rulemaking to revamp the Employee Retirement Income Security Act’s (ERISA) fiduciary conflict of interest rules.
A 57-year-old employee with 36 years’ service was properly fired for one incident in which he cut another employee with a knife, a labour arbitrator has decided.
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.