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New Mozambique mining regulations for employees a potential burden

(2015-05-27) New Mozambique mining regulations for employees in the mining sector could “increase the risk of contract alteration and regulatory burden.”

This is according to law firm ENSAfrica, which also notes that the new regulations are applicable to liquefied natural gas (LNG) and oil production sectors. 187 more words


Reform of the European Small Claims Procedure [EU Legislation in Progress]

Written by Rafał Mańko (1st edition)

The European Small Claims Procedure (ESCP) became operational on 1 January 2009, as a special, EU-wide procedure available both to consumers and traders for pursuing cross-border claims within the Internal Market of a value not exceeding €2 000. 242 more words


Without Cause

What may seem inconsequential to an employer makes big waves in small towns. Widespread layoffs have disastrous effects, as witnessed by the 2013 layoffs at Athabasca University and the job losses and transfers over time at Alberta-Pacific, whose staff fear future job losses thanks to the recent sale of the mill. 647 more words



In May 1961 by an accident which was agreed to have arisen out of and in the course of his employment resulting in 40percent permanent incapacity. 124 more words


Lunch & Learn: Work Accidents - NEW DATE

Please join us for the May installment of our Lunch & Learn series on work issues and the Collective Agreement, on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 from 12 to 1 p.m. 81 more words

Understanding The CA

Vietnam M&A Seminar in Japan

On November 26th, 2014, in Vietnam, the Investment Law 2014 and the Enterprise Law 2014 were approved in the National Assembly, for the purpose of the further promotion of M&A and other investment activity by foreign companies. 299 more words

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