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Ex Gratia Payment Scheme For Former British Child Migrants Announced
On 19 December 2018, the UK Government published its response to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) interim report on child migration.
UK
13 Feb 2019
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Navigation Of Australia's Different State Based Laws In Relation To Child Sexual Abuse
In Australia, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (Royal Commission) was established in January 2013 to investigate the sexual abuse of children ...
Australia
14 Dec 2018
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(Re)Insurance Weekly Update 41 - 2018
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
UK
7 Dec 2018
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Scottish Government To Consider Financial Redress Scheme For Historic Abuse Cases
How should victims of historic abuse be compensated?
UK
17 Sep 2018
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Supreme Court Rules On Scope Of Information Included In Enhanced Criminal Record Certificates
The Supreme Court has ruled that disclosure of an individual's rape acquittal within an Enhanced Criminal Record Check...
UK
31 Aug 2018
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Police: Commissioner Of Police Of The Metropolis v DSD And Another (Supreme Court)
The Supreme Court has held Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) imposes an operational duty on the police force to conduct a proper investigation into allegations of ill-treatment.
UK
26 Feb 2018
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Supreme Court Determines HRA Claim Was Brought In Time
In a decision likely to be welcomed by regulated professionals and their advisers, the Supreme Court in O'Connor v Bar Standards Board [2017] UKSC 78 held that...
UK
12 Dec 2017
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Brexit And EU Citizens' Rights
The Government has published a Technical Note on citizens' rights which seeks to clarify aspects of its proposal for EU citizens' rights post Brexit. However, uncertainties remain.
UK
17 Nov 2017
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Canada A Step Closer To Passing A Law Targeting Corrupt Foreign Officials Who Violate Human Rights
Canada's House of Commons has unanimously passed Bill S-226 – known as the Sergei Magnitsky law – which enables sanctions on foreign officials who violate international human rights.
Canada
17 Oct 2017
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Juridictions Sans Frontières Et Respect Des Droits Personnels
À quelques jours d'intervalle, Facebook et Google, deux géants incontestables de l'Internet, ont essuyé deux revers quasi sans précédent devant la Cour suprême du Canada.
Canada
27 Jul 2017
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Trop peu trop tard : Loi sur la non-discrimination génétique
Le 8 mars dernier, le Parlement canadien a adopté à majorité la loi sur la non-discrimination génétique (LNDG).
Canada
19 Jul 2017
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Migrant Welfare Protection
The decision by FIFA's World Cup Organising Committee to award Qatar the World Cup in 2022 continues to attract scrutiny and enquiry from both the world's media and a host of international entities.
Qatar
9 Nov 2016
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British Bill Of Rights
The Ministry of Justice confirmed last year that it will introduce proposals for a British Bill of Rights to replace the Human Rights Act 1998. A 12-week consultation is awaited.
UK
6 Oct 2016
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Tackling Modern Slavery: Are You ready?
A 'soft' September deadline is now looming for those organisations with a financial year end of 31 March 2016 and who are caught by the supply chain transparency disclosure obligations under the MSA.
UK
5 Sep 2016
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UK Supreme Court Serves A Timely Reminder On The Legislative Competence Of The Scottish Parliament
The Scottish government's Named Person scheme (NPS) has caused a great deal of debate in Scotland since the 2012 consultation paper which commenced the legislative process.
UK
9 Aug 2016
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A Forum Shopper's Paradise: Is Australia Set To Become A "Must See" Destination For A Libel Tourist?
Given the globalised and cross-border nature of modern communications in this digital information age, libel tourism has been viewed as a growing threat.
Worldwide
26 Jul 2016
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Modern Slavery
Rules implemented in October 2015 require companies with a turnover of GBP 36 million or more to produce a "slavery and human trafficking statement" at the end of each financial year.
UK
11 Jul 2016
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UK Modern Slavery Act – Impact On GCC Employers And Operations
The latest law of significance in this area is the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA) which, whilst a UK law, will have significant implications for employers in the Middle East who also operate in the UK.
UK
17 May 2016
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The UK's Modern Slavery Act And Supply Chain Transparency: A Focus On Tanzania
According to the 2014 Global Slavery Index there are an estimated 35.8 million men, women and children trapped in modern slavery globally...
UK
2 Mar 2016
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Big Brother Or Big Boss?
Many employees were reminded by a ruling of the European Court of Human Rights last week that those days may not be as firmly behind us as we might have hoped.
UK
22 Jan 2016
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