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The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill is expected to produce a huge boost in SME receivables finance.
Dentons describes certain important changes in the rules on hiring and use of foreign citizens that will enter into force on 1 January.
A criminal trespasser can acquire title to land via adverse possession.
In late December 2014, Russia adopted major changes to its insolvency (bankruptcy) law.
The new rules apply to all foreign workers, except temporarily or permanently resident foreign citizens.
Saudi Arabia Update 2015: shop opening hours law proposal; expansion of court system in Riyadh; and more
Dentons has released the January 2015 edition of its Saudi Arabia Update.
The House of Commons debate on the Infrastructure Bill did not result in the introduction of the explicit moratorium on further attempts to develop a UK shale gas industry.
Employer who voluntarily complied with MOL inspectors' orders was not entitled to suspension of orders pending appeal
The Ontario Labour Relations Board has held that where an employer had complied with a Ministry of Labour (MOL) inspector’s compliance orders, the operation of the orders should not be suspended while the employer appeals.
Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass plans to take on some of the world’s largest drug producers by challenging the patents that protect their top products.
In January and February the CMA is conducting site visits, visiting a number of parties to the investigation to find out how they carry on their business and differentiate their offers.
The Supreme Court of Canada has once again revisited how much constitutional protection is afforded to the collective bargaining process.
The vulnerability of information on digital platforms constitutes an unprecedented risk and the undermining of customer trust goes straight to the bottom line.
Recent changes to planning policy been challenged by West Berkshire and Reading councils, with the support of a growing band of local authorities and public interest organisations...
The latest information on regulatory developments across Europe.
Competition news from across Europe.
On 13 January 2015, the Government announced that a new Electronic Communications Code has been inserted into the Infrastructure Bill.
Ontario’s Divisional Court has decided that the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act’s age cut-off for loss of earnings benefits for older workers did not violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The OPC stated that it ‘may’ be acceptable to rely on implied or opt-out consent when tracking and targeting individuals for online behavioural advertising purposes.
The US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has issued a final rule to amend the TILA-RESPA Integrated Mortgage Disclosure Rule it issued in November 2013.
Patent office issues ‘interim guidance’ reaffirming no per se exclusion to subject matter patentability
Recently patent practitioners and US Patent Office examiners received additional, and much needed, guidance for determining whether certain types of inventions are eligible for patent protection.