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Kazakhstan Law News Digest for December 2022 – January 2023

Key Kazakhstan legal developments for the last two months and clarifications from the state authorities, case law news and legal publications have been discussed by our team. I. Legislative News Environment The Parliament has amended the Administrative Offences Code to strengthen administrative liability for environmental offenses. Most notably, a new corpus of administrative offence was

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Opinion: How can we move forward, now that the divisive Bill C-18 is law

Taylor Owen is the Beaverbrook Chair in media, ethics and communications and the director of the Center for Media, Technology and Democracy at McGill University. Supriya Dwivedi is the director of policy and engagement at the Center for Media, Technology and Democracy. Ever since the passage of Bill C-18, the Online News Act, both the

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Michael Cohen settles lawsuit against Trump’s company over legal bills

Donald Trump’s company and his former longtime lawyer, Michael Cohen, have settled a lawsuit over Cohen’s claims that he was unfairly stuck with big legal bills after getting entangled in investigations into the former president. Lawyers for the two sides disclosed the settlement during a video conference with the judge on Friday, three days before

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Yukon Supreme Court says lawyers must disclose use of AI

Yukon’s Supreme Court says lawyers in the territory have to inform the court when they use artificial intelligence to produce court documents or conduct legal research. The court issued those instructions last month, citing “legitimate concerns about the reliability and accuracy of information generated from the use of artificial intelligence” and specifically referring to Chatbot,

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The EU just backed a major nature conservation law. Here’s what it means. -National

The European Union’s parliament on Wednesday backed a major plan to protect nature and fight climate change in a cliffhanger vote that had the 27-nation bloc’s global green credentials at stake. After weeks of intense lobbying against the plan, the legislature still supported the general outlines of a European Commission bill in a razor-thin 324-312

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