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Canada: Changes to daily operations under amended Occupational Health and Safety Act

On June 1, 2018, amendments to Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety Act came into force, significantly expanding the nature of the health and safety obligations owed by employers and businesses in Alberta. This article focuses on one of the areas in which changes have been made: the changes to day-to-day operations of an employer to […]

GDPR: A pension trustee’s ongoing obligations

After months of preparing for GDPR, unfortunately the work does not stop now that the regulation has been implemented. Elements of the GDPR will require ongoing review and action. See our checklist below to make sure you are up to speed with your ongoing trustee GDPR obligations…

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The international property battle arising out of the collapse of Asil Nadir’s Polly Peck empire has finally reached the House of Lords. However, it has ended in failure for four Greek Cypriot companies that had sought to sue the admin-istrators of Polly Peck International in the UK courts in respect of property in the unrecognised […]

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The harmonisation of insolvency laws across Europe remains uncertain, write Howard Morris and Katharine Theobald. Howard Morris is a partner and Katharine Theobald a solicitor at Denton Hall. The idea of a European Convention on Insolvency Proceedings to harmonise substantive insolvency laws across Europe was first explored in 1960. On 23 November 1995, the convention […]

Solicitor advocates one-stop shop is a sham, says Swift

A leading silk last week attacked government plans to extend rights of audience for solicitors in the higher courts, insisting that in practice the one-stop shop is a sham. In June the Lord Chancellor, Lord Irvine, said all solicitors would be granted rights of audience on their first day of admission and legislation is expected […]

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