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Bill 64 marks a new direction in Quebec privacy law — Key takeaways for businesses

On September 22, 2021, the Quebec government adopted Bill 64, An Act to modernize legislative provisions as regards the protection of personal information, enacting significant changes to the requirements governing the use and protection of personal information under various statutes, including notably the Act respecting the protection of personal information in the private sector and the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information.

Incentivising staff in a green economy: green benefits

Environmental, social and governance factors (ESG) alongside sustainability are hot topics in business right now. Employees are increasingly scrutinising what employers are doing to promote sustainability, not least in the benefits they offer.

How does the UK PPA market need to innovate?

In this podcast, Gowling joins leading global infrastructure and renewables market analysts Inspiratia to discuss innovation in the UK power purchase agreement (PPA) market, and whether the prices we see today are transitionary and if so, how PPAs can make such prices sustainable and meet the ever-changing needs of both offtakers and sellers.

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South Square QC calls on Mayer Brown to defend £16m negligence case

One of South Square Chambers‘ most experienced silks is facing a £16m claim from former clients who have accused him of providing negligent advice. Mark Phillips QC has been singled out in a High Court claim from Instant Access Properties Limited and its former liquidators, Kevin Murphy and Richard Toone, both of whom are partners […]

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Keystone plans “catch-up” payments after record financials

Keystone’s revenue increased by 10.9 per cent to £55m during the last financial year, with adjusted profit climbing to £6m. Despite 12 months of significant uncertainty, Keystone CEO James Knight was pleased with what he described as a “fairly normal set of results” during a period in which the firm’s remote model allowed for business […]

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