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Indian Court Enforces $1.17B Billion USD Arbitral Award in Favour of Japanese Telecommunications Corporation

India - May 11 2017 The High Court of Delhi in India recently enforced an international arbitral award arising from the London Court of Arbitration between a Japanese and

Yaiguaje v. Chevron Corporation - The Enforcement Saga Continues

Canada - May 10 2017 In 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada in Chevron Corp. v. Yaiguaje (discussed here) determined that Ontario courts have jurisdiction

These heels weren’t made for workin’ BC bans mandatory high heeled shoes in workplace

Canada - May 12 2017 On April 7, 2017, the BC Government issued a press release on having fulfilled its promise to ban mandatory high heels from BC workplaces. The change

Giving the Coast a Wide Berth: Federal Government Introduces Proposed Oil Tanker Moratorium Act

Canada - May 17 2017 On May 12, 2017, the federal Minister of Transport introduced Bill C-48 into Parliament. Bill C-48, also known as the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act (the

Five key differences between Canadian and U.S. employment law

Canada, USA - September 28 2012 In Canada, approximately 90 of the workforce is regulated by provincial governments

Targeted Reforms Update - Most regulators abandon the “Best Interest Standard” but propose to proceed with refined “Targeted Reforms”

Canada - May 19 2017 The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) issued CSA Staff Notice 33-319 (the Notice) to provide an update on the “Best Interest Standard” and

Giving the Coast a Wide Berth: Federal Government Introduces Proposed Oil Tanker Moratorium Act

Canada - May 17 2017 On May 12, 2017, the federal Minister of Transport introduced Bill C-48 into Parliament. Bill C-48, also known as the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act (the

These heels weren’t made for workin’ BC bans mandatory high heeled shoes in workplace

Canada - May 12 2017 On April 7, 2017, the BC Government issued a press release on having fulfilled its promise to ban mandatory high heels from BC workplaces. The change

Quebec Superior Court Grants a Defendant Pre-Trial Discovery of Six Class Members

Canada - May 11 2017 In Martel v. Kia Canada inc., 2017 QCCS 976, the Quebec Superior Court (Justice Chantal Tremblay) ruled on a motion by the defendant to examine class

Indian Court Enforces $1.17B Billion USD Arbitral Award in Favour of Japanese Telecommunications Corporation

India - May 11 2017 The High Court of Delhi in India recently enforced an international arbitral award arising from the London Court of Arbitration between a Japanese and