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New employment rules for international students studying in Canada

Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP - Canada - May 7 2014 On June 1, 2014, amendments to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (Regulation) modifying working rights for foreign nationals under

Oil & Gas in South Africa

Global, South Africa - August 3 2017 A structured guide to oil and gas laws in South Africa

Applying the ITAR rules and managing human resources: where do things stand today?

Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP - Canada, USA - May 25 2012 The International Traffic in Arms Regulations, commonly known as the ITAR rules, are a set of U.S. Government regulations passed under the Arms Export Control Act

Top 5 construction cases 2012

Norton Rose Fulbright Australia - Australia - December 20 2012 There were many noteworthy cases handed down in 2012, however we focused on those which have the most interest and practical relevance to our clients

Construction of contracts: priority of documents

United Kingdom - February 22 2010 In the following case, the court had to consider the construction of a contract, and in particular the effect of a clause concerning the priority of documents, in order to determine which of two conflicting provisions relating to the payment mechanism was to prevail

California loosens restrictions on counsel in international arbitrations

USA - August 23 2018 California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law Senate Bill (SB) 766, Representation by Foreign and Out-of-State Attorneys. The bill, which

Repowering - getting more energy from existing assets

Italy - August 6 2018 Repowering is the process of replacing an energy plant's original components with new ones and reconfiguring the layout in order to boost the plant's

Public policy as bar to enforcement - where are we now?

Global - August 2 2018 The public policy exception to the recognition and enforcement of international arbitral awards creates uncertainty with respect to the enforcement of

Awards set aside or annulled at seat - zombies, ghosts and buried treasure

Global - July 26 2018 A disgruntled party on the losing end of an award will sometimes seek to have the award annulled or set aside at the seat of arbitration. However

Enforceability of interim measures and emergency arbitrator decisions

Global - July 5 2018 In recent years, many of the leading arbitral institutions have amended their rules in order to make arbitration more responsive to users' needs. A