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By Benny Bernarto, Valiska Nathania
Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) issued amendments to last year's Regulation 49/2018 on the Use of Rooftop Solar Power to encourage domestic use of solar energy.
By Neil Rosen
776 transactions were announced during Q3 2019 compared to 886 in Q2 2019, representing a 12.4% decrease from the previous quarter.
By Kaitlin Smiley
On October 21, 2019, the BC provincial government announced sweeping and significant changes to the BC Securities Act which are intended to give the BC Securities Commission ...
By Ted Brook
Climate change is an increasingly central issue for governments, regulators and businesses around the world, and it is widely seen as significant risk to a sustainable future.
By Jordan Deering
The scheme collapsed in July 2013 as Golden Oaks went into receivership.
By Sophie Melchers
Mr. Forget was ultimately acquitted of the charges.
By Alexandre Daoust
Le système canadien des brevets change à compter du 30 octobre 2019, et il s'agit du plus grand changement législatif depuis 1989.
By Daniel Leslie
FINTRAC to publicly name violators of anti-money laundering rules.
By Jarrett Whitehead, Lizel Oberholzer
Lizel Oberholzer, Jarrett Whitehead and Kelsey Pailman have contributed the South Africa Energy 2020 chapter to the Global Legal Insights
By Stefan Reisinger, Ayse Yuksel, Katie McDougall
On October 23, 2019, the United States, in response to Turkey's agreement to pause military operations in Syria, lifted the sanctions it had imposed just a little over a week prior on the Government
By Jackie O'Brien, Helen Macpherson
Climate change is a critical and emotionally-charged issue. The motivation for addressing climate change is varied, ranging from the purely environmental perspective or a key risk management...
By Evan Cobb
Insolvency proceedings are often used by debtors to sell assets, or entire going concern businesses, "free and clear" of encumbrances in an efficient and expedited manner to maximize recoveries for both secured and unsecured creditors.
By Riley R. Burr, Kirsten Jenkins, Carmen Thériault
Our wealth and private client services group recently worked with the Department of Finance (Finance) to try to find a solution to a change in the law that resulted in unfair treatment of disabled...
By Kevin Ackhurst
The Competition Bureau is required to review certain merger transactions that exceed various financial thresholds, based on the size of the business being acquired and the combined size of the buyer, the target business, and their affiliates.
By Piers Fibiger
The latest Canada Labour Code amendments are not the only recent legislative changes that federally regulated employers must contend with.
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