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The US Treasury Department takes its ‘initial step in addressing inversions’ by issuing Notice 2014-52.
The government published its technical consultation on planning in July 2014; the consultation included proposals to increase permitted development rights for solar power.
Nineteen is the new 22: amending definition of ‘dependent child’ in Canadian Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations
The Canadian government amendments to the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations, changing the definition of a ‘dependent child’, have come into force.
Financial Regulatory Developments — FSB reports on Cairns plenary; EBA consults on early intervention; and more
Dentons has published the 26 September 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
The employer of the injured worker, not the owner of the workplace, was required to report the worker’s injury, the BC Court of Appeal has held.
First road test for special measures — a review of the recent ‘special measures’ case referred to the secretary of state
Less than a year after the introduction of the government’s ‘special measures’ regime, the secretary of state has determined the first planning application submitted directly to him.
This client update contains an analysis of the policy issues arising from the current situation in Ukraine.
The initial wave of appeal decisions under a government regime that allows developers to challenge affordable housing obligations contains some pointers on how the system is shaping up.
Despite having WSIB coverage, worker permitted to sue ‘physically demonstrative’ executive officer who ‘massaged’ her neck
Physically demonstrative managers beware: your company’s workers compensation coverage does not necessarily protect you from lawsuits by employees.
The Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 amended the section 106 regime to allow developers to challenge affordable housing obligations on viability grounds.
Canada’s Copyright Act contains an ’unlocatable owner’ licensing mechanism (sometimes referred to as the ‘orphan works’ mechanism).
One of the main themes at the Oxford Planning Law conference was the benefit of public participation in planning.
On 17 September 2014, the CFPB issued a proposal to supervise ‘larger participants’ in the auto finance market.
Financial Regulatory Developments — Commission plans Level 2 programme; FCA publishes mobile payments review; and more
Dentons has published the 19 September 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
Franchising is a proven route to the successful international co-operation between F&B businesses and local real-estate investors.
The Canadian Securities Administrators has announced that it intends to publish a new proposal for changes to the regulation of takeover bids.
On 16 September, Tax Law360 published an article quoting Todd Welty regarding the case Schaeffler et al v United States No. 14-1965 (2d Cir.).
The Ontario government says that it is acting on the early results of the Mining Sector Health, Safety and Prevention Review.
‘Inversion’ transactions are nothing new, and the current proceedings appear to be just another replay of earlier games of tag between the government and US multinationals.
In Devon Canada Corporation v The Queen, the issue is whether the taxpayer may deduct $20,884,041 paid to cancel issued stock options.