Monthly Archives: August 2018

New York City Temporary Schedule Change Law Impact Employers with Collective Bargaining Agreements – Express Waiver and “Comparable Benefits” Language Will Need To Be Negotiated For Contracts Covering Persons Employed In New York City

The New York City Temporary Schedule Change Law (“Law”), which became effective on July 18, 2018, raises new issues that employers with union represented employees will need to address as their existing collective bargaining agreements (“CBA”) come up for renewal.

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ILN-terviews: Alishan Naqvee, LexCounsel Law Offices

Welcome to ILN-terviews, a series of profiles of ILN member firm attorneys, designed to give a unique insight into the lawyers who make up our Network. For our latest interview, we chose ILN member, Alishan Naqvee of our member firm LexCounsel Law Offices in New Delhi, India.

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OBLIGATION TO CONDUCT A DATA PROTECTION IMPACT ASSESSMENT

Clarification is expected shortly from the Irish Data Protection Commission (“DPC”) in relation to those data processing activities which require a data controller to conduct a mandatory Data Protection Impact Assessment (“DPIA”) in advance of data processing. Caitlín Love explains why your organisation needs to know about it.

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Further changes to the visa program

Further to our May 2018 update, the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has provided further commentary and updates about the changes being made to the visa program which we have summarised below.

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Insurable Interest – Issue 46

 

The future is super

Mr Latz was diagnosed with mesothelioma in October 2016. It was accepted by all parties that Mr Latz’s illness was caused by Amaca’s negligence.

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Net assets are less than charter capital — not a cause for winding-up?

Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation proposed to abolish company winding-up basis that provides for the liquidation of joint stock companies (JSC) and limited liability companies (LLC), while the net asset value is lower than the charter capital amount. For that purpose, the Ministry has developed the draft Federal law “On Amending Part One and Two of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation” (the Bill)1. Furthermore, the Bill also excludes the duty to register charter capital reduction in case of company’s net assets value decrease.

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Delaware Law Update: U.S. Senate Confirms Connolly and Noreika to Delaware District Court

Delaware Law Update: U.S. Senate Confirms Connolly and Noreika to Delaware District Court

On August 1, 2018, the United States Senate confirmed Colm F. Connolly and Maryellen Noreika to be United States District Judges for the District of Delaware.   Connolly and Noreika will fill the two vacant District Judge vacancies created by the retirements of Judge Sue L. Robinson and Gregory M. Sleet.

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Rainmaking Recommendation from Jaimie Field: So, Tell Me What You Want; What You Really, Really Want

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In today’s Rainmaking Recommendation from expert and trainer, Jaimie Field, she’s discussing one of my favorite things – working with your clients to find out what they really want.

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ILN Today Post

Liquidation speculation and adjudication

Most involved in the construction industry will at some point have encountered insolvency. Institutionally tight margins and weighted risk-sharing regrettably have pushed and will continue to push companies, particularly on the contracting side, to the wall.  Insolvency during live construction projects can be particularly problematic because replacement contractors need to be procured to complete the insolvent company’s works without causing delay to the project programme.  This inevitably increases cost.

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Four new lawyers join RSS

August 2, 2018 — Four new lawyers have joined RSS over the past few weeks:

  • Stéphanie Beaudoin, a litigator with close to 20 years’ experience, who will be in our Saint-Jérôme office;
  • Béatrice Lalande, the newest member in our Family Law Practice Group;
  • Sébastien Patry, a litigator, who will assist his colleague Stéphanie in Saint-Jérôme; and
  • Éloïse Robichaud, who will be handling research and drafting activities for the litigators in our Insurance Law Practice Group.
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