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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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A CHAMBERS which has set up its own limited company to run its administration is attempting to convince the Inland Revenue that it is entitled to significant tax breaks. According to 10-11 Gray’s Inn Square, if the chambers wins its argument with tax officials it will reap huge tax rewards as well as serving as […]

In brief: Chancery Lane's £7m surplus queried

Former Law Society treasurer Mike Howells has queried a £7m surplus which has been built up by the society over the past year. “We just can’t go on pocketing money and spending it,” Howells told last Thursday’s meeting of the Law Society council meeting. “It’s the profession’s money.” Council member Edward Nally said a newly […]

Norton Rose partner defects to US firm

Norton Rose has put one of its most senior partners, Douglas Colliver, on gardening leave after hearing that he was jumping ship to US firm Dewey Ballantine. Colliver, a pivotal player in the firm’s international securities unit, is widely regarded as one of Norton Rose’s top partners. He headed the firm’s banking group for a […]

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When non-treatment is last resort

Doctors hacve won the backing of the courts to not forcibly treat a patient in need of kidney dialysis, reports Roger Pearson. A judgment by High Court Family Division President Sir Stephen Brown has added a further dimension to the so-called “right to die” cases in which courts are asked by doctors to consent to […]

Litigation Disciplinary Tribunals 16/12/97

Robert Edward Collard, 40, admitted 1984, practising at material time as Collards, Reading, suspended indefinitely and ordered to pay £2,218 costs. At the time of the hearing he was not practising as a solicitor. Allegations substantiated that he failed to deliver an accountant’s report, failed to comply with a requirement of Solicitors Complaints Bureau (SCB), […]

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