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Changes in the procedure for admission of foreign medical devices and medicines to public procurement in Russia

On 1 January 2019, amendments to the Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 102 of 05.02.2015 that provides for restrictions and conditions for the admission of certain types of medical devices originating from foreign countries for the purpose of procurement for state and municipal needs (“Resolution No. 102”). And the Resolution of […]

The role of the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation

By Jocelyn S Paulley, David E Brennan The UK’s brand new Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation has officially launched, implementing part of the Sector Deal for AI and Data in the government’s Industrial Strategy. The Centre will advise the government on how the UK can maximise the benefits of data-enabled technologies, including artificial intelligence.

Ontario employers: Time to update your ESA poster

By Craig J. Stehr, André Poulin-Denis The Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) requires that employers in Ontario display a poster published by the Ministry of Labour. The poster provides information about employee rights and obligations under the ESA and its regulations, and is periodically updated. Recently, the Ministry published a new eighth version of the poster, which is available […]

‘Strexit’ – dealing with workplace stress, depression and anxiety

By Sinead Kelly Ever had to deal with a toxic work environment? Being undermined? A lack of support? Working to tight deadlines under pressure? One can only assume this would resonate quite strongly with Theresa May at present. In a wider context however, these issues are of course all factors which can lead to workplace stress.

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Nörr hires ex-Dresdner chief exec

Nörr Stiefenhofer Lutz has appointed the former chief executive of Dresdner Bank as a partner. Bernd Fahrholz joined the firm on 1 October. He was chief executive at Dresdner since 2000 but spent a number of years at the bank, including serving seven years as in-house counsel. Fahrholz resigned as Dresdner’s chief executive in March […]

Beachcrofts boosts Manchester and London

Beachcroft Wansbroughs is bolstering financial services after snaring a specialist from the sector. Mark Broadhead, formerly a compliance officer at Royal London, joins the Manchester office as a partner. Also, barrister Natasha Peacock is moving from several years spent in-house in legal and compliance roles in the financial services industry to become a legal and […]

McGrigors gains head for Scottish real estate

An internal reorganisation at McGrigors has seen Katharine Hardie become the first head of real estate for Scotland. Previously McGrigors had only a national head, Philip Burroughs, now managing partner for London. The news coincides with two partner and six director level promotions, all effective immediately, which takes the total number of partners to 54 […]

Banking chief quits for Addleshaws’ finance team

Addleshaw Goddard’s burgeoning finance department has poached Simmons & Simmons’ head of banking Nicholas Fisher. The hire comes as the firm reports a 35 per cent increase in fee income for the last five months, compared with the same period in the last financial year. The department as a whole has billed around £20m in […]

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