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Why Should Patent Specifications Be Drafted By Patent Professionals? 
InvnTree IP Services Pvt. Ltd

A patent specification is a techno-legal document based on which patent rights are decided. The specification is what appears in public domain once it is published.
Occupiers' Liability Act Considered: Sometimes A Fall Is Simply An Accident 
Paterson MacDougall LLP

Sarojanie Nandlal slipped and fell on a flight of stairs at a busy transport hub in Toronto for rapid transit trains, buses, and a subway.
Decision For Enforcement Of Arbitral Award Not Required For Preliminary Injunction 
Cerrahoğlu Law Firm

After obtaining an arbitral award from the Moscow Court of Arbitration, the claimant applied to the Turkish courts seeking enforcement of the award.
A New Latin Rhythm: The Transformation Of The Global Outsourcing Business 
KPMG Brazil

The use of Shared Services and Outsourcing as a strategic tool for company leaders continues to grow rapidly, not only in Latin America, but globally.
New Rulings Regarding Marking, Labeling, And Advertising For Prepackaged Food And Non-Alcoholic Beverages 
Sanchez-DeVanny Eseverri, SC

On February 14, 2014, several modifications on the Rules on Sanitary Control of Products and Services and on Advertising for Health Matters were published in the Federal Official Gazette.
Failing Trafficking Victims 

United States law guarantees trafficking victims mandatory criminal restitution, but a new report shows that the justice system is failing to provide legally required restitution to victims in nearly two-thirds of cases
Can A Hyperlink Be Defamatory? 

Now that traditionally print and television-based publications are being published on the internet, courts are being asked to apply defamation law to internet publications.
Can A Hyperlink Be Defamatory? 

Now that traditionally print and television-based publications are being published on the internet, courts are being asked to apply defamation law to internet publications.
Can A Hyperlink Be Defamatory? 

Now that traditionally print and television-based publications are being published on the internet, courts are being asked to apply defamation law to internet publications.
Monthy Tip 
Miller Thomson LLP

Enforcing common expense arrears through power of sale proceedings may, on occasion, entail the corporation having to deal with an owner’s personal possessions.
Exceptional Circumstances Required To Prevent Bank From Paying Under Letter Of Credit 
Ince & Co

The Privy Council has recently confirmed that the English Court will require exceptional circumstances before it will grant an injunction to prevent a bank from paying under a letter of credit.
Cyber Liability Insurance: Where’s The Beef? 
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

"Cyber liability insurance" is often used to describe a range of insurance policies; everyone is talking about the need for "stand alone" cyber liability insurance policies.
Shared Facilities: The Larger Community 
Miller Thomson LLP

Toronto has the largest number of condominiums of any jurisdiction in North America. Many of our condominiums have more residents than small towns.
ML Strategies Energy & Environment Update: Week Of 9/29/2014 
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

President Obama emphasized the actions he has launched under his climate action plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.
Counting Down To Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) – 10 Reasons Why You Should Care About The Upcoming CASL Right Now 
McInnes Cooper

On July 1, 2014, the anti-spam sections of Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (aka "CASL") will take effect.
Canada And The EU Successfully Conclude CETA: What It Means To The Pharmaceutical Industry 
McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Prime Minister Harper announced that Canada and the European Union have successfully concluded negotiations on a new trade agreement.
FDA’s "Mid Course Corrections" For Correcting Third-Party Content And Using Twitter 
Strasburger & Price, L.L.P.

On September 29, 2014, the FDA reopened the comment period for two of its Social Media Guidance documents for FDA-regulated industry.
Tribunal Fines Employers For Contraventions Of The AODA 
Stringer LLP

The License Appeal Tribunal, which has jurisdiction over the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, released its first decisions pertaining to AODA compliance.
Feds Propose Energy Safety & Security Act – And Toughen Up Atlantic Offshore & North Oil & Gas Regimes 
McInnes Cooper

If the Energy Safety & Security Act becomes law, it will significantly change the regulatory regime in the Atlantic offshore and North oil and gas sector.
Like It Or Not – NS Courts Decide On Production Of Electronic Information 
McInnes Cooper

Motions for production of electronic information can be expensive, time consuming and "salt the earth".
NS Moves Closer To Commercial-Scale Tidal Renewable Electricity Generation 
McInnes Cooper

On January 21, 2014, the NS Government amended the Renewable Electricity Regulations, effective immediately.
The HR Review – The Road To Strategic HR 
McInnes Cooper

Most organizations have a strategic plan to guide them in successfully meeting their mission and responding to change – organizational, technological, global and legal.
Fitch Confirms Malta’s ‘A’ Rating And Stable Outlook 
MFSA – Malta Financial Services Authority

Malta’s stability has been given an important endorsement this month following credit rating agency’s Fitch to confirm Malta’s ‘A’ rating and stable outlook.
Strength Of Malta’s Financial Services Sector Confirmed By WEF 
MFSA – Malta Financial Services Authority

Malta’s ranking as one of the world’s top financial jurisdictions has been confirmed by the World Economic Forum in its annual Global Competitiveness Report for 2014-2015.
Corporate Governance Manual For Directors Of Investment Companies And Collective Investment Schemes 
MFSA – Malta Financial Services Authority

The MFSA has published an updated Corporate Governance Manual for Directors of Investment Companies and Collective Investment Schemes.
The Latest Tax Amnesty In Turkey: Law No 6552 
Herdem & Co

Turkish parliament has enecated the Law No: 6552 that provides restructuring for unpaid tax debts and administrative penalties.
Enforcement Updates - Issue 15 | September 2014 
Jones Day

Since the previous Update, three manufacturers have issued recalls for drugs or devices.
FDA Issues Administrative Orders Proposing Device Classifications And Reclassifications 
Jones Day

FDA recently issued final orders to classify Dengue Virus Test Reagents and Tryptase Test Systems as Class II devices with special controls.
The Law Relating To Contract Disputes Has Changed: Plan Ahead 
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

To a certain degree, contract disputes are inevitable during the life of an organization. What effect does a particular clause have?
5 New Obligations On Employers Of NB Employees Effective September 1, 2014 
McInnes Cooper

Employers can provide a pay statement to employees electronically – but only if the employees have, at the place of employment, confidential access to this electronic statement.

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