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By Catherine Wade, Brian Abraham, Daniel McElroy
For many junior resource company executives, deciding whether to engage investment "finders" can be like considering whether to breathe air.
By Akin Akinbode, Gurbinder Grewal, John Woolley
The summaries below contain updates and links to recent articles from colleagues specialising in planning...
By Igor Davydenko, Tetiana Gryn
Президент України підписав Закон «Про внесення змін до Закону України «Про бухгалт
By Igor Davydenko, Tetiana Gryn
The President of Ukraine signed the Law "On Introduction of Amendments into the Law of Ukraine ‘On Accounting and Financial Statements in Ukraine' in Connection with the Improvement of Certain Provisions."
By Bryan Johnston, Kirstin Dunn, Emma Broad
In Metropolitan Housing Trust Limited v. RMC FH Co Limited [2017] EWHC 2609 (Ch) the High Court looked at the issue of whether a long leaseholder had the right to release a development site from a right to light.
By Laura Anthony
The recent allegations against US film producer Harvey Weinstein have brought the issue of sexual harassment at work into the global spotlight.
By Elizabeth Marshall
Earlier this week it was announced that the Real Living Wage has been increased from £8.45 to £8.75 per hour across the UK and from £9.75 to £10.20 per hour in London.
By Felicity Ewing, Celia Gardiner, Alexandra Doucas, Alexander Hewitt
This judgment of the Supreme Court was given in the context of proceedings to enforce an arbitration award. It is interesting in its consideration ...
By Alexandre-Philippe Avard, Simon Kupi, Ann Bigué, Bernard Roth, Laura Estep, Joshua Jantzi, Mai Rempel
The Supreme Court of Canada (the "Court") has rejected Crown consultation and spiritual-rights challenges brought by the Ktunaxa Nation (the "Ktunaxa") ...
By Elizabeth Marshall, James Borshell
The Pensions Ombudsman has some key benefits as a venue for employees with pension grievances. Jurisdiction revolves around ‘maladministration' which can be quite broad and for employees, costs aren't a real issue.
By Elizabeth Marshall
The Government has published further details on how the new settled status scheme for EU citizens and their family members will work as the UK leaves the EU.
By Roberta Moscaroli
L'articolo 13 del Disegno di Legge di Bilancio 2018 (di seguito: "DDL di Bilancio 2018") prevede una disposizione che modifica l'attuale articolo 20 del D.P.R. 26 aprile 1986 ...
By Stephen Ashworth
The facts in the recent Coleford Aldi case illustrate much of what is wrong with planning at the moment. The decision is a useful reminder of some useful basic principles ...
By Emma Carter
In the light of news-breaking allegations against Harvey Weinstein (see the Nov 2 blog post) more than 30,000 women joined the "#MeToo" campaign to raise awareness about sexual harassment in the workplace.
By Mike Hollinger, Kris Miks, Marah Smith
Further to the CSA August 2017 Staff Notice, on October 17, 2017, the OSC granted an exemptive relief application with respect to the dealer registration requirements imposed by Ontario securities...
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