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By Alice Loughney, Siobhan Bishop
There are some tricky issues relating to recruitment arising out of the introduction of the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) rules, which came into force on 25 May 2018.
By Gowling WLG
With the promise of cost savings, reduced maintenance and improved collaboration, cloud services are transforming the way that businesses approach IT.
By Gowling WLG
As businesses grow and expand, there is often a desire to venture beyond a country's borders and operate internationally. The potential to access new customers, find new partners and ultimately ...
By Thomas Timmins, Sean Conway, Sean Whiting
During the run-up to the recent Ontario election, Doug Ford's Ontario PC Party released its policy platform "For the People: A Plan for Ontario."
By Toni Weston, Stephen Sellers
On 20 June, the Administrative Court quashed the grant of outline planning permission for the development of part of the Foxhill Estate by the demolition of up to 542 dwellings and the provision of up to 700 dwellings.
By Ian Mason, Penny Sanders, Kam Dhillon, Jonathan Chamberlain
The SMCR will replace the current Approved Persons Regime on 9 December 2019.
By Emma Carr, Ashley Pigott, Teresa Edwards
Terminating a contract because one party is in breach is not as straightforward as it sounds. Does the breach entitle you to terminate? Getting the answer right is crucial. Getting it wrong can be very costly.
By Gordon Harris, Matt Hervey
The car industry faces, simultaneously, the emergence of connected and autonomous vehicles and regulatory pressures to eliminate the internal combustion engine.
By Ashley Pigott, Andrew Smith, Cathy Moore
Pre-contract, exclusion clauses are often the subject of extensive debate, as commercially they are a key part of assessing and moderating risks. When disputes arise during performance ...
By Emilie Feil-Fraser
Companies already face formidable challenges in protecting their IP rights online, but a new threat is emerging from the shadows – the growing incidence of IP rights infringement on the enigmatic...
By Gowling WLG
Pension trustees are responsible for ensuring members' benefits are secure and that the scheme is running as it should.
By Kimberley Baillie
I recently had the pleasure of representing IPIC at the 28th Session of the Committee of Experts of the Nice Union (the Committee) held in Geneva, Switzerland, from April 30 to May 4, 2018.
By Kieran Laird
On 26 June the EU (Withdrawal) Act 2018 ('the EUWA') received royal assent.
By James Sidwell
Obtaining a judgment is not the end in litigation. Enforcement is another hurdle that parties will have to cross, and this may be especially difficult when a judgment debtor does not have assets within the jurisdiction.
By Bruce Graham, Joseph Byram
When an employment relationship ends, nothing gives lawyers more confidence than a well drafted employment agreement.
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