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By Emma Broad, Gavin ODonovan
In yet another illustration of the registration gap, the High Court has confirmed in Sackville v. Robertson [2018]
By Peter Homberg
In March 2017, the German parliament voted for the legalization of cannabis for medicinal purposes. This meant that many changes had to be made within its legislation.
By Anthony Cole, Paul Lalonde
This commitment followed the release of the results of the Government's fall 2017 public consultation process, which revealed strong public support for the introduction of DPAs in Canada.
By Julie Caussade, Nathaly Blin, Clarisse Lister, Cindy Souffrin
The European Court of Human Rights validates the French position by ruling that the employer may freely consult a file that is not identified as private by the employee ...
By Tracy Molino
The real estate sector is covered to a degree in the PCMLTFA. Real estate brokers, sales representatives and developers have certain obligations.
By Jessica Pattinson
The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) presents a huge challenge for employers in many data processing scenarios.
By Igor Davydenko, Roman Mehedynyuk
On February 6, 2018, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the Law On Limited Liability Companies and Superadded Liability Companies (hereinafter referred to as the Law on LLC) ...
By   Dentons
About 40 years ago, before any attorney recognized luxury, fashion or beauty as a "specialty" practice, Dentons' lawyers were specializing in those areas.
By Elizabeth Marshall
On 9 March 2018 the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy named and shamed 179 employers for paying their staff below the National Minimum Wage (NMW).
By Katie Lamb
Following on from our GDPR compliance top-tips and our jargon buster here are ten practical tips to ensure your Privacy Notice is regulation ready.
By Katie Lamb
Tribunal claims have risen 90% following the abolition of Tribunal fees in July 2017 by the Supreme Court in the case of R (on the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor.
By Jessica Pattinson
Scotland (and the whole of the UK) is facing a labour and skills crisis, as Britain's work permit system was simply not designed to cope with the impact Brexit is already having on the labour market.
By Arkadiusz Krasnodębski, Tomasz Janas, Michał Motylewski, Agnieszka Kulińska
On 6 March 2018, the Council of Ministers adopted a bill of amendments to the Act of 20 February 2015 on RES Act, the Act of 20 May 2016 on Investments in Wind Power Plants and the Act of 7 July 1994...
By Lorna McCaa, Gordon Aitken
Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) came into force in Scotland on 1 April 2015, replacing the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) regime for land transactions in Scotland.
By Emma Carter
I am sure it will not have escaped your attention that today is International Women's Day (IWD) – celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women ...
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