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By Ruth Ormston, Liz Wood, Richard Lee
Age is one of the more recently added protected characteristics that is covered under the Equality Act 2010 ("Equality Act"). It became unlawful to discriminate on the basis of age in 2006.
By Jason Saltzman
On Jan. 18, 2019, Aleafia Health Inc. (TSXV: ALEF) (OTCQX: ALEAF) (FRA: ARAH) closed its previously announced investment in CannaPacific Pty Limited ...
By Kieran Laird
Going to a bookmakers and placing a bet on the outcome of a lottery (known as 'secondary betting') is distinct from participating in a lottery by buying a lottery ticket.
By Paul Carberry, Jennifer Lewis, Eleanor Lamb
There are also changes around what happens to pension liabilities when Scheme employers are involved in mergers and takeovers.
By Ben Stansfield, Lee P McBride, Andrew Litchfield
Putting aside the day-job of Brexit preparations, the Government has issued yet another strategy document, demonstrating its green credentials.
By Craig Stehr, André Poulin-Denis
The Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) requires that employers in Ontario display a poster published by the Ministry of Labour.
By Jocelyn S. Paulley, David Brennan
The UK's brand new Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation has officially launched, implementing part of the Sector Deal for AI and Data in the government's Industrial Strategy.
By Ursula Johnston, Bernardine Adkins, Sean Giles
As the legal and regulatory challenges of a "no deal" Brexit start to crystallise, the in-house legal specialist is doubtless busy answering questions about their exposure to risk of non-compliance across multiple areas.
By Nigel Hewitson, Dominic Conte, Ben Stansfield, Jan Hebblethwaite, Vicky Fowler, Tim Sharp, Nick Harding, Laura Nation
2019 is likely to be an unpredictable and turbulent year in the UK and abroad, and few will be confident enough to predict whether Great Britain and Northern Ireland will leave the European Union in March;
By Jason Coates, Glyn Ryland, Ian Chapman-Curry
At 11pm on 29 March 2019, the UK will leave the European Union. For over 46 years, our economic and political landscape has been shaped by being part of the European project.
By Kate Swaine, John Coldham, Alice Stagg, Gordon Harris, Alexandra Brodie
Today the EU Trade Marks Directive 2015 comes into force and brings with it changes to the UK Trade Marks Act 1994 (TMA), and the UK Trade Marks Rules 2008 (TMR).
By Jocelyn S. Paulley
One headache that organisations can avoid if there is a "No Deal" Brexit is whether data will still flow globally around their organisation.
By Michael Polowin, Roberto Aburto
Over the past several years, many Ottawa property owners have received notice that their properties have been listed in the register of the city's Heritage Inventory Project.
By Natasha Lakhani, Christina Pawliszyn
In 2017, the Ontario Provincial Government implemented a Non-Resident Speculation Tax ("NRST"), for foreign home buyers.
By Karen Hennessey, Jodey Therriault
The grace period is over. All Ontario corporations that hold a legal or beneficial interest in real property in Ontario are now subject to more onerous record keeping requirements.
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