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Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The mass of conflicting information circulating online during the pandemic – or "plandemic" – has been exhausting.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Students have been warned that if they vandalize school property in the Tik Tok craze, they will be charged by police.
Holding Redlich
Links to recent media releases and reports relating to the healthcare sector in Australia.
Astor Legal
If you intentionally or recklessly destroy or damage property, you may be guilty of 'malicious damage to property'.
Hammond Taylor
The data shows an increase in bridging visas, indicating that our visa system is not working efficiently or effectively.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
‘Freedom day', 11th of October, also marks the start of a period of discrimination against those who are unvaccinated.
Moore Australia
Draft taxation ruling TR 2021/D5 considers the ATO's view of non-deductible expenses associated with vacant land.
Gilchrist Connell
Employees must comply with an employer's direction to be vaccinated against COVID-19, if it is lawful and reasonable.
Canada
Littler - Canada
In July, Ontario entered Step Three of its Roadmap to Reopen, and on September 22, 2021, began to require full vaccination (two doses plus 14 days)...
Lawson Lundell LLP
In ES v Shillington[1], a decision issued last month, the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench recognized the tort of Public Disclosure of Private Facts, a new cause of action that protects private information from public disclosure.
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
Throughout the past year, legislators, key stakeholders, institutional investors and the media have kept critical eyes trained on the diversity of boards and executive teams in corporate Canada.
Costa Rica
BLP Legal
We learned labor law as a branch of legal sciences, a summation of concepts and theories, that little by little has been clashing with reality. Labor law structured for a society and an organizational system
European Union
Bristows
More than six years after its publication, Regulation (EU) No 536/2014 on clinical trials (the "EU Clinical Trials Regulation")
Guernsey
Collas Crill
This is part of a series of guides in which we examine areas of law that frequently arise in practice. Further guides will be released weekly; click here to subscribe to receive Collas Crill news and insights by email.
Hong Kong
ELLALAN
Despite the increasing popularity in the creation, investment and trade of NFTs, one should be mindful that the legal treatment of NFTs continues to evolve and is unsettled.
India
Singh & Associates
The advent of GST has brought about a paradigm shift in various concepts in indirect tax regime in India, one of the major being the incidence of tax i.e. ‘supply'.
Singh & Associates
The attributes of the decision-making person is of paramount importance in any dispute resolution process.
Singh & Associates
The statutory power of court under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Act, 1996) is limited to the setting aside of the award subject to the grounds provided therein.
Singh & Associates
The limitation period is a significant basis for all the civil proceedings initiated between the parties. The civil right for a claim comes to an end if it is barred due to passage of time.
Singh & Associates
Re-examination is the act or process of examining one's witness in a court of law or in an arbitration again after the witness has been cross-examined by the opposing counsel.
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