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By Henry J. Chang
There are numerous grounds of inadmissibility contained in the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act 1 (IRPA). However, this article will focus on the grounds of criminal inadmissibility described in A36.
By Ari Sorek
On April 8, 2019, the federal government introduced Bill C 97, An Act to Implement Certain Provisions of the Budget Tabled in Parliament On March 19, 2019 and Other Measures.
By Giangiacomo Olivi
The term AdTech refers to a combination of advertising technologies - mainly available on the Internet
By Katell Deniel-Allioux, Julie Caussade, Frédérique Meslay-Caloni
On January 1, 2020, the personnel delegates (DP), the works council (CE), the health, safety and working conditions committee (CHSCT) or the sole personnel delegation (DUP) will be replaced by a single institution.
By Rachael Herbert
the housing shortage and the inability of young people to get onto the property ladder, particularly in the south-east of England, is a near-constant media headline.
By Eric Foster, James Wishart, Scott Rozansky, Shea Coulson
On May 8, 2019, Health Canada, the body responsible for administering federal cannabis licences, announced a major change in the application process for granting licences to cultivate or process cannabis...
By Emmanuelle van den Broucke, Alexia Delaunay
In this first post-Coty decision, the Authority ruled on the lawfulness of a selective distribution network for Stihl products relating to the mechanized farming sector (chainsaws, brush cutters, hedge cutters).
By Emmanuelle van den Broucke, Alexia Delaunay
On December 12, 2018, the General Court of the European Union partially annulled the Commission's decision on the existence of restrictive agreements and an abuse of dominant
By Alex Coulter, Emma Broad
Dentons and Property Week brought together a range of experts to debate the future of the industrial and logistics sector at a roundtable discussion event in April 2019.
By Emmanuelle van den Broucke, Alexia Delaunay
In a decision of December 6, 2018, the General Court of the European Union concludes that under the personal liability principle, the seller of assets or shares, although it continues to exist legally
By Mark Macaulay, Jane Miles, Tracey Summerell
The government is under increasing pressure from the construction industry to deal with poor payment practices
By Claire Maclean
A new report, commissioned by Health & Her, has highlighted the impact of menopause on women aged between 50 and 64.
By Akin Akinbode, Tracey Summerell
Parties to a construction contract who have not been paid have a right to refer their payment claims to adjudication under the Housing Grants
By Katarzyna Sliwa, Aaron Kurts
Earlier today, Ontario's Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Steve Clark, announced the Government's Housing Supply Action Plan: "More Homes, More Choice" (the Plan),
By Verity Buckingham
The Supreme Court has granted Morrisons permission to appeal against the Court of Appeal's ruling, which found that the supermarket chain was vicariously liable for a former employee's data
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