Monthly Archives: October 2021

NC House Bill 890: Alcohol Reform Measures

Any elevation of the spirit is welcome during the COVID time. As lawyers representing breweries, wineries, distilleries, retailers and countless other businesses working in the hospitality industry in North Carolina, we have been the first to witness the industry’s struggles during the pandemic. of COVID-19. We’ve also seen our distillers, …

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BD will play a crucial role at COP26

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said yesterday that Bangladesh will play an important role at the 26th United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP26) which is due to start in Glasgow today. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, also chairman of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF), will lead the …

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Wolters Kluwer acquires LicenseLogix

Wolters Kluwer acquiress LicenseLogix Octobey 29, 2021 – Wolters Kluwer Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) acquiredD LicenseLogix SARL, a supplier of we commercial licensesis lying services. LicenseLogix is ​​a leading provider of comprehensive commercial licensing services, including research, filing and ongoing compliance management. The company has been a strategic partner …

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Alberta to increase the power of municipalities to claim unpaid property taxes from energy companies

Pipelines run through Shell’s new Quest Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facility in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada, October 7, 2021. REUTERS / Todd Korol CALGARY, Alberta, October 28 (Reuters) – Alberta, Canada’s largest energy-producing province, proposes to change legislation to give municipalities more power to collect unpaid property taxes worth …

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Facebook asks employees to keep communications for legal reasons

Facebook has asked employees to “preserve internal documents and communications since 2016” that pertain to its activities as governments and lawmakers have opened investigations into its operations, according to an email from the company sent Tuesday evening. The move, known as the “legal take”, follows close scrutiny from the media, …

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