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By Adrian Miedema
The WSIB must prove that a worker intended to obtain WSIB benefits to which he or she was not entitled, when it charges a worker with "wilfully failing to inform the Board of a material change", the Ontario Court of Appeal has decided.
By Leslie Martin
In Matthew Guest v. Flybe Limited, the Birmingham Employment Tribunal considered whether the dismissal of a pilot who had various anxiety-related sickness absences was fair and found that it was not.
By Laura Morrison
In September, the Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Act 2018 received Royal Assent (as we reported here).
By Douglas Stewart
The expansion of recognized duties of care owed to intoxicated persons recently met resistance from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
By Aaron Milrad
Under the recently-signed USMCA, Canada agreed to harmonize its copyright law with US law, amongst other matters, and extend creator rights in Canada for an additional 20 years.
By Jan Willem van den Bos, Bryan Johnston, Emma Broad
Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd v. University of London is the first substantial case on the new Electronic Communications Code (Code), which came into force in December 2017.
By Liz Tout, James Langley, Anisha Patel
On 19 October 2018, the Dutch government adopted a new Model Bilateral Investment Treaty. The text narrows the definition of a qualifying "investor" and "investment" and expressly permits arbitral tribunals ...
By Aaron Milrad
Under the recently-signed USMCA, Canada agreed to harmonize its copyright law with US law, amongst other matters, and extend creator rights in Canada for an additional 20 years.
By Nick Graham, Monika Sobiecki
If we were to hazard a guess at what furrows the brows of Data Protection Officers when considering data breach risk, following the Court of Appeal's judgment in WM Morrison Supermarkets Plc v. Various Claimants ...
By Emmanuelle van den Broucke, Alexia Delaunay
On July 24, 2016, the European Commission imposed fines totaling €111 million on Asus, Denon & Marantz, Philips and Pioneer for imposing fixed or minimum resale prices on their retailers.
By Victoria Albon
Holiday pay seems to have been at the forefront of the Court of Justice of the European Union's (CJEU) mind this week as the court has been busy deciding two cases on the matter.
By Henry Arnold
With the UK leaving the EU on 29 March 2019, the EU Settlement Scheme provides the basis for resident EU citizens and their family members to obtain the immigration status they will need to remain in the UK.
By Marc Elshof, Celine Van Es
In this month's GDPR Update we address an organization's obligation to perform Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs).
By Henry Arnold
Thousands of Google staff (employees and contractors) across 50 locations walked out of their jobs on Thursday 1 November in protest at the company's response to claims of sexual harassment...
By Giangiacomo Olivi
Whistleblowing hotlines enhance transparency within a company; the creation of a whistleblowing internal procedure for a company implies a number of issues from a data protection and criminal law...
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