Monthly Archives: April 2014

ILN Today Post

SFKS Xi’an Electronic Newspaper Issue One Hundred and Thirty-Two March 2014

Laws and Regulations Updates
I. Measures on Management of Pilot Program for Preference Shares

In order to regulate the issue and transaction of preference shares and protect investors’ legitimate interest, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) promulgated the Measures on Management of Pilot Program for Preference Shares (the “Measures”) on 21 March 2014. The Measures set out regulations on matters like the types of listed company eligible for the issue of preference shares, the nominal value of preference shares as well as on how to prevent transfer of interests etc. The Measures were announced with immediate effect. More…

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COURT OF APPEAL SUSPENDS FURTHER WORK ON WIND ENERGY PROJECT PENDING DISPOSITION OF APPEAL

Stanley D. Berger B.C.L.,L.L.B, Certified Specialist Environmental Law

In the continuing saga of the Blanding’s turtle, the Ontario Court of Appeal on March 25, 2014 ONCA 227 granted a stay to the Prince Edward County Field Naturalists (PECFN). The stay prevents any further work on Ostrander Point Wind Energy Project at least until the motion by the PECFN for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal is determined. Should the Court grant leave to appeal, the stay suspending future work will likely continue until the appeal is finally decided on its merits. More…

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ICD-10, Two-Midnight Rule, RAC Audits, SGR Delayed

The Senate passed this evening the “Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014“, which creates a 12 month delay for pending Medicare cuts pursuant to Medicare’s sustainable growth rate (SGR) payment formula. This bill avoids the 24% Medicare cuts physicians were facing starting on April 1st (this will be the 17th delay of the SGR).  Another […]
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