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Updated Federal Regulation On New Fisheries Act
The Federal Government has recently released a new regulation governing authorizations for works that may kill or harm fish or harmfully alter, damage or destroy their habitat.
9 Oct 2019
Carts And Horses: The Key Differences Between The Decisions On Prorogation
Over the course of six days in this past two weeks, the Divisional Court of England and Wales and the Inner House of the Court of Session
8 Oct 2019
Introduction To Modern Slavery Issues In Businesses And Supply Chains In Canada
A rapidly growing challenge for Canadian businesses is how to address modern slavery in their operations and supply chains.
3 Oct 2019
'A Blank Piece Of Paper': Supreme Court Quashes Prorogation
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Prime Minister's advice to the Queen to prorogue Parliament was unlawful.
1 Oct 2019
Prospects For The UK Of A Brexit Deal With The EU (Video)
Bernardine Adkins appeared on BBC World News today to discuss the role of the UK in showing flexibility where trading with the EU is concerned.
European Union
27 Sep 2019
No-Deal Brexit - Status Of UK Trade Agreements
The Government of the United Kingdom has issued Guidance on "UK trade agreements with non-EU countries in a no-deal Brexit" (updated on September 19, 2019).
25 Sep 2019
Five Things Project Proponents Need To Know About Canada's New Impact Assessment Act
Effective August 28, 2019, the Impact Assessment Act IAA will set aside the past 40 years of federal environmental assessment in Canada.
30 Aug 2019
Public Law Case Update - August 2019
Written by Gowling WLG's team of public law and regulation experts, our case update offers a straightforward and concise overview of six recent important cases
European Union
26 Aug 2019
No Deal Brexit Could Mean Less Leverage Power In Forging A UK/US Trade Deal
Bernardine Adkins was interviewed on Channel 4 News about the realities of a UK/US trade deal, in light of Dominic Rabb's current visit to forge ties.
12 Aug 2019
Brexit: Is A Second Referendum A Possibility?
The possibility of having a second referendum has become embedded into the political discussion around Brexit.
9 Aug 2019
Lawyers Re-Engage On Anti-Money Laundering
In April 2019, we wrote about the federal government's efforts on transparency in shareholdings for Canada Business Corporation Act companies
5 Aug 2019
The Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Deconstructed
The Withdrawal Agreement sets out the terms on which the UK will leave the EU.
5 Aug 2019
Brexit: Contractual Issues
With the future of the UK and Brexit still remaining unclear, Ian Chapman-Curry, David Lowe and Clark Sargent discuss the issues arising in contract and commercial law if the UK leaves the EU.
European Union
5 Aug 2019
What Does No Deal Brexit Mean?
The political slogan coined by Theresa May 'No deal is better than a bad deal' has taken hold in discussions on Brexit
European Union
31 Jul 2019
Can Parliament Prevent A No-Deal Brexit?
Our Head of Constitutional Affairs gives his analysis of the political and legal tools which may be used by Parliament to prevent a no-deal Brexit.
29 Jul 2019
The Realities Of A No-Deal Brexit For Businesses - Sky News Interview With David Lowe
David Lowe spoke to Sky News about the realistic impact of a no-deal Brexit, following comments made by Business Secretary,
29 Jul 2019
GATT Article XXIV (Article 24) Under The Spotlight
Article XXIV of the GATT recently came into focus when Conservative Party leadership candidate and potential future UK Prime Minister candidate, Boris Johnson, claimed it could be a potential option for the UK...
European Union
25 Jul 2019
What Is The Customs Union?
As we continue to navigate the uncertainty that Brexit brings to trade, it's essential to understand what the Customs Union is and how the current landscape
European Union
15 Jul 2019
Ontario Court Of Appeal Decides The Federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act Is Constitutional
Today, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision confirming that the federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act (the "GGPPA" or the "Act") is constitutional.
11 Jul 2019
Saudi Arms Case - Government Told To Ask The Right Questions, And Answer Them
The Court of Appeal's decision in R (on the application of Campaign Against Arms Trade) v Secretary of State for International Trade presents a rare example of a successful challenge
8 Jul 2019
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