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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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In brief: Barnet County Court appoints circuit judge

John Adams, former Registrar of Civil Appeals, has been appointed circuit judge at Barnet County Court. Adams has played a key role in shaping the Court of Civil Appeal since the creation of the Civil Appeals Office in 1982. Prior to that, the day-to-day administration of the Civil Appeal courts was carried out through the […]

A full-time occupation

Stephen Bedeau believes practitioners have a tough job ahead of them to keep up with employment legislation. Stephen Bedeau is a barrister at Sovereign Chambers in Leeds and a part-time employment tribunal chairman. A change of name and a mass of legislative changes herald the dawn of a new era for employment tribunals. The change […]

Time for 'market-rigging'

The Legal Action Group (LAG) has called for the abolition of QCs, dismissing the system as “a market-rigging exercise” designed solely to push up the earnings of top barristers. Vicki Chapman, LAG policy director, said silk status was “a public honour for private gain”. She added: “The Lord Chancellor should grasp the nettle and abolish […]

Law Society draws up charter for home buyers

The Law Society unveiled plans to speed up the homebuying process and reduce the risk of gazumping at its conference last week. TransAction 2000 – an extension of the society’s 1990 TransAction initiative – proposes that sellers must draw up draft contracts, carry out a local authority search and provide basic legal information before a […]

Time for law's lone guns to unite

The drive towards franchising is bringing with it a supermarket culture – and small firms will lose out. Solicitors’ chambers may be the answer, says Christie Davies. Christie Davies is Professor of Sociology at the University of Reading and co-author of Wrongful Imprisonment. The late 1990s are not an easy or optimistic time for small […]

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