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Norton Rose Fulbright | China | 20 May 2015

China new healthcare reform 2020 - ten things to know

China recently announced a new five year road-map for reform of its healthcare sector. The National Planning Guideline for the Healthcare Service

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Norton Rose Fulbright | France | 13 Jun 2014

Employees’ rights on redundancy in France

The rules concerning economic dismissal in France are generally considered to be extremely complex. The applicable procedure and the extent of the

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Norton Rose Fulbright | China | 14 Mar 2014

Social insurance in China

Having developed over decades, the social insurance scheme in China has been gradually unified nationwide and is now primarily regulated by the PRC

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Norton Rose Fulbright | China | 5 Feb 2014

Shanghai free trade zone: what are the opportunities for the insurance sector?

On September 18, 2013, the State Council issued the long-anticipated master blueprint for the pilot free trade zone in Shanghai, officially named as

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Norton Rose Fulbright | Australia | 12 Oct 2012

Spaul confirms Dunstan tribunal’s failure to consider is an error of law

In Spaul v Comcare 2012 FCA 741, the Federal Court confirmed that the failure to consider an argument raised by the Applicant in a proceeding is an error of law, not fact, and is therefore reviewable by the Court.

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Norton Rose Fulbright | Canada | 12 Apr 2012

Pension and benefit plans in Quebec

The number of disputes resulting from the termination of retirees’ life and health insurance plans (medical care, prescription drugs, etc.) is on the rise.

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Norton Rose Fulbright | Australia | 5 Oct 2010

All eyes on comparative advertising who is your audience?

Comparative advertising has long been employed by businesses as a marketing tool to convince consumers to choose their product over one offered by their competitors.

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Norton Rose Fulbright | Australia | 19 Jul 2010

Australian election briefing: taxation

OverviewFollowing the announcement of a general election in Australia, we provide an outline of what the Labor Party and the Coalition (the Liberal Party and the National Party) have to say about taxation and we describe the implications for business.

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Norton Rose Fulbright | France | 16 Apr 2010

Private health insurance: the French Competition Authority fines the Ophthalmologists Association for organising a boycott

The French Competition Authority ("FCA") has sanctioned the French National Ophthalmologists Association (Syndicat National des Ophtalmologistes de France, "SNOF") for advising its members to boycott opticians that are members of the Santéclair network.

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Norton Rose Fulbright | Australia | 26 Nov 2009

Legal uncertainty for Salary Sacrifice Arrangements

Upon first review of the Fair Work Act, we had formed the view that Salary Sacrifice Arrangements (SSAs) introduced by company policy or contractual agreement could simply continue under the Fair Work Act.

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