Structuring your allied health care business in Canada: Key risk management considerations

There are several considerations to take into account when determining the appropriate structure for your business. Your choice should be determined on a case-by-case basis and will be unique to your specific circumstances.

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Home-coming of Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate bars (Part 1)

On March 2, 2021, the UK signed a trade partnership agreement with Ghana. Recently, Cadbury, which is wholly owned by Mondelez, has announced that it is moving some production of its iconic Dairy Milk chocolate bars from Germany to the UK. This note, which is in two parts, considers the connection between the trade partnership agreement between the UK and Ghana and the relocation of Cadbury’s Dairy Milk chocolate production to the UK from the EU and the implications this will have in terms of supply chain management.

Responding to data breach claims, a common sense approach

In the run-up to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the focus was on the fines that data protection regulators can impose for infringements. Another issue that has become increasingly significant is that of data breach claims, compensation and costly group litigation.

ESG in the social housing sector

This podcast discusses the challenges and collaboration going on in the market as well as looking at some examples of Sustainability Linked Loans.

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