By Tricia Hobson of Norton Rose Fulbright Neither insurers nor lawyers have traditionally been considered innovators. Indeed, it has been said that the only thing insurance and innovation have in common is their place in the dictionary. But this is no longer true. The insurance industry is rapidly evolving in order to adapt to advances in technology. Phrases such as “data breaches”, “the sharing economy” and “autonomous vehicles” have now entered the general lexicon, and insurers are grappling with how to assess and quantify risks never previously encountered
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By Jacqueline Bart of BartLAW Canadian Immigration Barristers and Solicitors On 1 December 2015, the Canadian government brought into force stringent employer compliance rules. These rules place Canada first as the toughest jurisdiction against non-compliant employers. The rules introduce a comprehensive formula to assess monetary administrative penalties for employer non-compliance, in addition to other penalties set out below.
By Bernard P Wolfsdorf, Joseph M Barnett and Robert J Blanco of Wolfsdorf Rosenthal About a decade ago Thomas L Friedman, foreign affairs columnist for The New York Times, published The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century, which described the complexities of 21st century globalisation to demonstrate a growing “levelling” of the global economy.
By Laura Devine of Laura Devine Solicitors First announced in the Queen’s Speech in May 2015, the UK’s newest Immigration Bill tackles a broad spectrum of issues and builds on the Immigration Act 2014, which in part sought to create a “hostile environment” for undocumented migrants in the UK. For businesses and individuals alike, the proposed measures could have significant effects.
By Maria Jockel of Holding Redlich Following the merger of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (the Department) with the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, and the establishment of the Australian Border Force as its operational enforcement arm, the Department is now an enforcement agency (and a criminal enforcement agency).
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