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By Simon Elliott, Shaun McMullen
The UK's data protection regulator, the ICO, intends to fine Marriott International, Inc £99.2 million.
By Ryan Middleton, Tracy Molino
Founded in 1989, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an inter-governmental policy making body established by the ministers of its 37 member countries (one of which is Canada).
By Henry J. Chang
The Start-Up Business Class began as a five-year pilot program targeting foreign entrepreneurs with the skills and potential to build businesses in Canada
By Kai Goretzky, Michael Huertas
Data processing lies at the heart of the insurance business. Insurers collect and process personal data for several reasons.
By Claire Maclean
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) released an analysis this week of ethnicity pay gaps in the UK using earnings data from the Annual Population Survey
By Emma Carter
In the case of George Mantides Ltd v. HMRC [2019] TC07202, a personal services company (the Company) appealed against tax and NIC assessments under the IR35 rules.
By Henry J. Chang
Many foreign nationals are now aware that the United States' immigration policies are more restrictive than they have been in the past.
By Alexander Hewitt
A party trading UK-linked energy derivatives or purchasing, or taking security over, receivables arising under UK-linked energy contracts may need to know whether the Business Contract Terms.
By Jonathan Garforth, Jessica Cooke
A case currently before the German courts concerning Lufthansa's Miles & More loyalty points scheme raises the question of whether loyalty points schemes are now considered to be a form of electronic money.
By Daren Allen, Marija Bračković, Andrea Dunsby
On 8 July 2019 the High Court handed down a judgment in the N v. The Royal Bank of Scotland plc case
By Katharine Harle
In April 2019, the FCA published its 2019/20 Business Plan.
By Rebecca Owen-Howes
In April 2019, the European Commission (EC) published a report on "EU loan syndication and its impact on competition in credit markets" (Report) prepared by the EC's legal and economic consultants.
By Alexander Hewitt, Hayley Çapani
English law, including English insolvency law, is very pro-creditor.
By Chloe Snider
In 2018, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada ("OPC") began a reference to the Federal Court under subsection 18.3(1) of the Federal Courts Act
By Sara E. Hart, David Cowley-Salegio
The general principles of contractual interpretation require a decision-maker to read the contract before them as a whole, giving the words used their ordinary and grammatical meaning
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