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Governments’ efforts to curb what they perceive to be aggressive international tax planning is leading many multinational companies to question their tax advice.
The South African government has intends to move away from bilateral investment treaties (BITs), and to protect foreign investors by means of national legislation instead.
US Supreme Court to review whether a reasonable belief of patent invalidity is a defense to induced infringement
The US Supreme Court granted a writ of certiorari to review the Federal Circuit’s holding in Commil USA LLC v. Cisco Systems, Inc.
Persistent mockery and intimidation of supervisor warranted six-month suspension of long-term employee
An employee’s persistent mockery and intimidating conduct towards a supervisor warranted a six-month suspension, an arbitrator has held.
On 18 December, 2014, the Ontario government released its consultation paper on the new Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP).
Earlier this year, in Black v. HMQ (2014 TCC 12), Lord Conrad Black unsuccessfully argued in the Tax Court of Canada that, due to his UK residency status, he should not be subject to Canadian tax on...
When is an unregulated agreement not an unregulated agreement? The perils of offering added protections
One judgment serves as a warning to regulated firms that if you offer a customer greater protections than they are legally entitled to, you have to provide them or face the consequences.
The total of safety fines paid for the 24 December 2009 swing stage collapse fatalities is now $1.24m (£790,000).
Two more milestones in the implementation of UK Electricity Market Reform have been passed.
Financial Regulatory Developments: Commission comments on Basel assessment; FCA publishes CRD 4 reporting update and Davis review and response
Dentons has released the 12 December 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
In the European loan markets it is increasingly common for lenders to require their borrowers to provide sanctions-related representations and undertakings in facility agreements.
Here, we discuss some key areas where HMRC’s agreement is essential to ensuring a smooth restructuring or insolvency process.
The UK is consulting on whether to incorporate Cape Town’s Alternative A insolvency regime into English law.
Commercial property is now subject to legislation aimed at reducing carbon emissions. These requirements may raise issues for lenders.
In July Uganda joined the list of African countries that have implemented public-private partnership (PPP) laws by passing the Public Private Partnership Bill 2012.
Fixes for FX — how would recent regulatory changes have affected liability for foreign exchange manipulation?
Possible effects on the behaviour identified by the FCA of changes to the regulation of the foreign exchange market and of benchmark setting.
The Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) has dismissed a safety-reprisal complaint where the employee missed deadlines and failed to respond to CIRB correspondence.
What must the Crown plead and how must she plead it? This question became an issue in the Tax Court’s recent decision in Legge v The Queen.
The Ontario government has introduced Bill 56, an act to require the establishment of the new, mandatory Ontario Retirement Pension Plan.
How might the proposed new senior managers and certification regime for individuals have affected accountability for foreign exchange manipulation?
Shakespeare’s often misquoted suggestion, ‘first kill all the lawyers’, still sells very successfully on mugs and T-shirts.