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By Claire Maclean
The European Court of Human Rights has found that the covert surveillance of an employee at his or her workplace must be considered to be a considerable intrusion into his or her private life.
By Igor Davydenko, Tetiana Gryn
Кабмін переглянув перелік низько податкових юрисдикцій для цілей трансфертного &
By Karen Groulx, Rachael Andrew
On December 5, 2017, Bill 142, the Construction Lien Amendment Act, 2017 (the Bill), was passed by a unanimous vote of the Ontario legislature.
By Igor Davydenko, Tetiana Gryn
On 27 December 2017, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved, by its Order No. 1045, the List of states (territories), which comply with the criteria set in paragraph 2) of subsection 39.2.1 (Section 39.2 of Article 39 of the Tax Code of Ukraine).
By Andy Pushalik
In conjunction with its overhaul of the Employment Standards Act, 2000, the Ontario government has also published an updated version of the Employment Standards Poster.
By Emma Broad, Thomas Nolan
In 2017 the Department for Communities and Local Government launched a consultation on "tackling unfair practices in the leasehold market".
By Emma Broad, Darren Debock, Chris Carlisle
Who says that property law doesn't move with the times? 2018 kicks off with talk of a register of beneficial ownership, consultations on topics as diverse as electronic signatures and chancel repair liability ...
By Akin Akinbode
Obstacles to recovering adjudication costs mean it might not be the best choice for complex disputes, write Akin Akinbode and Tracey Summerell.
By Laura Morrison
n the latest round of changes to the Immigration Rules, two changes to the rules on continuous residence are likely to have a significant impact for many of those looking to secure indefinite leave...
By Eldor Mannopov, Ulugbek Abdullaev
In accordance with the Law "On Amendments and Additions to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Connection with the Adoption of the Basic Directions of the Tax and Budget Policy ...
By Roy Pinnock
The November 2017 Budget announcement on developer contributions, promised in the Housing White Paper, decided not to ditch the Community Infrastructure Levy but to tweak it instead.
By Emma Carter
Back in November I blogged about #metoo, the hashtag used to raise awareness of and denounce sexual assault and harassment.
By Cristina Wendel
The "accident as prima facie breach" principle has been before the court in several recent cases, often with some discrepancy in its application
By Heico Reinoud, Jurjen Bevers, Marnix Veldhuijzen, Paul Halprin
On 19 December 2017, the Dutch Senate adopted the 2018 Tax Bill as part of the 2018 State's Budget. Hereafter we will describe the main amendments to the Dutch tax laws.
By Roy Pinnock
After an absence, the tradition of new year Community Infrastructure Levy Amendment Regulations is back in the form of the draft Community Infrastructure Levy (Amendment) Regulations 2018,...
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