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By Kris Miks, Kim Lawton
On March 31, 2018, a new "distributions out" regime adopted by the Ontario Securities Commission (the OSC) came into force – changing the rules for Ontario-based issuers and security holders with respect to distributions of securities outside of Canada.
By Verity Buckingham
The UK government's immigration minister, Caroline Nokes, has set out the government's commitment to support the "Windrush" generation
By Akin Akinbode, Gurbinder Grewal, Kirsti Olson, Mark Macaulay, John Woolley, Jane Miles
Our spring 2018 round-up of articles written by colleagues in other UK practice areas highlights regulatory, housebuilding, planning, environmental ...
By Cristina Wendel
The Territorial Court of the Northwest Territories considered and accepted a joint submission from the Crown and defence, sentencing the employer to a $100,000 fine.
By Lisa Watson
The Apprenticeship Levy has now been in force for a year. The government's aim in introducing the Levy was to reverse the decline in the use of apprenticeships by ring fencing funds...
By Alexia Delaunay, Emmanuelle van den Broucke
In a decision opposing Coty France to the online sales platform, the Paris Court of Appeal followed in the footsteps of the Court of Justice's eponymous ...
By Adrian Miedema
A company that provided traffic control services has lost an appeal of two compliance orders issued against it under occupational health and safety legislation.
By Katie Scuoler
In November 2018 the Planning Act 2008 will celebrate its tenth birthday. Through the Planning Act a new regime for the consenting of nationally significant transport ...
By Gurbinder Grewal, Esther McDermott
What if you can't comply with an adjudication timetable and both the other party and the adjudicator refuse an extension?
By Anthony Cole, Paul Lalonde
Following our earlier bulletin commenting on Canada's 2018 Budget commitment to introducing a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) regime for corporate wrongdoing, the Canadian Government swiftly introduced legislation to deliver on its commitment
By Claire Maclean
We blogged in June last year about the employment tribunal claim of Ali -v- Capita Customer Management Ltd where Mr Ali was successful in his claim for direct sex discrimination.
By Claire Maclean
Do not be complacent, GDPR is making some subtle but important changes to the well-known system for subject access requests under the Data Protection Act 1998 ……
By Emma Broad, Ross Wilson, Abbey Wiggett
Who knew Meat Loaf knew so much about real estate law?
By Michael Bronstein
Fathers must be given drastically improved rights or the Government's shared parental leave policy risks failing entirely, experts have warned.
By Michał Turczyk, Karina Furga-Dąbrowska, Cezary Przygodzki
In 2018, Polish companies can benefit from over 11 billion PLN of non-refundable grants for development (operating costs) and investment (infrastructure costs) activities.
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