You probably think it a bit strange for me to be writing at all optimistically about China’s economy today and I get that.
Dealing with subject access requests (“SAR”s) under the Data Protection Act 1998 is becoming a regular occurrence for many organisations, particularly banks and their advisors.
Options for an Importer/Exporter/Foreign Producer to Restrict the Product Scope in an Antidumping Case
In modern antidumping cases, the complainants (with the help of the Canada Border Services Agency in Canada) draft broad product descriptions for the subject goods to be covered should an injury finding result in 5 years of antidumping duties.
In a recent decision, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (“the Tribunal”) decided in favour of two teenaged employees who were fired for refusing to work on a religious holiday. The employees are siblings, ages 16 and 14, and observe the Christian Mennonite faith.
A recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision upheld a provision in a written bonus program that required an employee to be “actively employed on the date of the bonus payout”.
One for the Price of Two – It Could Happen to You When You Buy Canadian Real Estate from a Non-Resident
The first time I broke the news to a New York lawyer that his client would not receive the expected sale proceeds at closing was a memorable experience.
The scammers are getting too smart.
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Confirmation of a Chapter 11 Plan Could Strip Your Liens if You’re Not Careful
On August 4, 2015, the Second Circuit weighed in for the first time on the circumstances in which the confirmation of a Chapter 11 plan could strip a secured creditor of its lien.
The AFP’s new Fraud and Anti-Corruption Centre (FAC Centre) says it is ramping up investigations on foreign bribery, sending a clear warning that Australian companies with foreign operations need to get their house in order.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the “Tribunal”) recently held in ContainerWest Manufacturing Ltd v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency, AP-2014-025 (July 27, 2015) that “a through bill of lading is required for entitlement to the GPT.”