Cyber attacks and cyber crime against businesses are increasing every day. Michael Murphy explains cyber insurance cover
Monthly Archives: May 2019
Howard & Howard has donated to three Michigan nonprofit groups as part of its 150th anniversary “12 Months of Giving” initiative. In honor of Autism Awareness Month, the organizations receiving the contributions are Michigan Autism Partnership, Judson Center, and Ted Lindsay Foundation.
Hall & Wilcox Health and community law alert
The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability has formally commenced, with the Letters Patent and terms of reference released. This follows a period of consultation since Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister for Families and Social Services Paul Fletcher announced the Commission’s establishment on 5 April.
Leading Australian law firm Hall & Wilcox has advised Zebpay, one of the world’s largest crypto exchange operators, on its Australian cryptocurrency exchange operations, which launched on 8 May 2019.
It is common for employers to utilise temporary work visa schemes when employing foreign workers. Often, human resource departments will come across subclass 457 and 482 visa applicants/holders during the recruitment process. While many employers are familiar with their obligations as sponsors, it is also important to understand the obligations which apply to employees who are subclass 457 and 482 visa holders, as a breach of visa conditions may result in visa cancellation and sanctions on the employer.
The Soirée enCirquez-Vous, an activity for the benefit of the Montreal Association for the Intellectually Handicapped, took place on Thursday May 2. RSS was pleased to be a Partner of the event. The firm’s involvement mirrored that of Alice Bourgault-Roy, a director and the secretary of the Association, who attended the evening along with Rachel Clément and Annie Claude Beauchemin.
Last week, we talked about channeling your inner Taylor Swift to connect with your clients – it seems silly, but no one understands her client base and instill rabid loyalty better than Taylor, and isn’t that all something we’d love to emulate with our own clients?
After what seems like months of drama about EEO-1 reporting issues, on April 30, 2019, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission confirmed that employers will be required to submit pay data by September 30, 2019. The text of the EEOC’s notice is below and can be found on the EEOC website:
Understandably, the capacity to communicate is part and parcel of a good lawyer’s skills. Marc-Olivier Brouillette frequently demonstrates this ability before the courts.
Abolition of paper (plastic) personal pension account number certificates and continuation of experiment on HR documents digitalization
Subject to the Federal law (the “Law”)1 effective from April 1, 2019, the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation will no longer issue state pension insurance certificates (SNILS) due to abolition of all SNILS paper certificates and plastic cards.