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Guyana looks set for a boom in production and export of its natural resources and commodities. Now this South American underdog needs to polish up its lacklustre risk profile.
Apportioning the magic and sparkle — Supreme Court to consider M&S break clause rent apportionment case
The Supreme Court will hear an appeal of the Court of Appeal decision in Marks and Spencer plc v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Company (Jersey) Ltd.
The Ontario Ministry of Labour is proposing amendments to safety laws as part of a broader national and international initiative to implement the GHS.
Barack Obama has announced a series of executive actions to crack down on illegal immigration at the border and prioritise deporting felons, not families.
Financial Regulatory Developments — ESAs consult on PRIIPs KIDs; FCA updates financial crime reviews; and more
Dentons has released the 21 November 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
Dentons considers one of the key aspects of the judge’s findings as between UBS and KWL.
The FCA has published the results of two reviews into how firms manage their financial crime risks, together with proposed guidance on financial crime systems and controls.
Consequences of rescission and making good the defects in drafting of back-to-back confirmations under ISDA Master Agreement
Dentons consider the decision of the judge (Mr Justice Males) in relation to a further dispute between UBS and Depfa.
Following recent economic and political changes in Europe, energy security has never been more crucial.
The Ontario Ministry of Labour is proposing that all Ontario workers be protected from excess noise in the workplace.
Elgin Baylor Lumpkin (the performing artist better known as ‘Ginuwine’) is being sued by his former manager.
UK Automotive Newsletter — holiday pay test cases; the Consumer Protection (Amendment) Regulations 2014; and more
This briefing from Dentons covers the latest legal and regulatory updates in the UK automotive industry.
Installing a ‘computer program’ on a computer system is prohibited unless the program is installed with consent and complies with disclosure requirements.
In Brent Kern Family Trust v The Queen, the Federal Court of Appeal dismissed the taxpayer’s appeal with reasons delivered from the bench.
New platform for capital raising: TSX Private Markets service to provide access to capital for private and public companies
The initial phase of the TSX Private Markets offering encompasses a dealer-to-dealer voice-brokered service complemented by an informational website.
Information exchanges between competitors are regarded by the European Commission as being potential ‘object’ restrictions of competition.
Conflicts systems are only as good as the information that lawyers and professionals provide.
Financial Regulatory Developments — FSB consults on total loss absorbency; PRA extends liquidity waivers; and more
Dentons has released the 14 November 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
CASL is a new regime, with significant administrative monetary penalties and is broader in scope than the anti-spam laws of the US and other countries.
This article observes that, rhetoric aside, lame-duck sessions dealing with expiring tax provisions have become the norm.