Contributor Page
By Cristina Wendel
The government of Alberta and 10 police services recently signed the Westray Memorandum of Understanding.
By Marc Fornacciari, Justine Verrier
The market of renewable energies has shown fast growth. With global costs driving down due to the increased prevalence of competitive tendering...
By Katarzyna Sliwa
The Province of Ontario announced changes to the land use planning appeals system this morning.
By Marc Elshof, Barry Breedijk, Celine Van Es
In deze vijfde update staan wij stil bij het (nieuwe) recht op informatie van de betrokken onder de Algemene Verordening Gegevensbescherming (de AVGB). In de volgende twee updates...
By Marc Elshof, Barry Breedijk, Celine Van Es
In this fifth update we discuss the (new) obligations on the provision of information to data subjects under the General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR).
By Anjali Raval
The EAT has confirmed that a gap of more than three months between non-payments or underpayments of wages breaks the ‘series' of deductions for the purpose of bringing an unlawful deductions from wages claim.
By Bryan Johnston, Kirstin Dunn
The Valuation Office Agency has amended its practice note on how a property will be assessed for business rates when undergoing refurbishment or redevelopment.
By Adrian Magnus
The European Commission (EC) has now published its final report on the e-commerce sector inquiry.
By Myron Rabij, Maksym Sysoiev
On 13 April 2017, after a very long gestation period, the Ukrainian Parliament adopted the long-awaited Draft Law No. 4493 of 21 April 2016 "On the Electricity Market" (the Electricity Market Law).
By Anjali Raval
What's going to happen to immigration in a post-Brexit era?
By Anjali Raval
With just over three weeks until the General Election, the parties are getting ready to pack a punch. It seems that workers' rights are high on the political agenda...
By Lucy McDonnell
In 2015, the Government removed permitted development rights from pubs listed as Assets of Community Value (ACVs).
By Andy Pushalik
Over the weekend the Toronto Star and the CBC each published stories detailing what Ontarians can expect to see in the long awaited final report from the Changing Workplaces Review...
By Helen Jenkins
The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 provides that criminal convictions, cautions, warnings and reprimands in respect of certain offences are deemed to be "spent" after specified periods of time.
By Dzhangar Dzhalchinov
On 3 May 2017 the Commercial Court of Chelyabinsk Region rendered a decision in case No. А76-20508/2016 under the claim of Chelyabenergosbyt PJSC (the "Company").
Contributor's Topics