When did it get to be the end of April already? This year is flying by!
So without further ado, here are the most popular articles from ILNToday for this week!
- Official Marks in Canada – Foreign public authorities need not apply from Clark Wilson: Karen Monteith discusses the Federal Court of Canada recent ruling in favor of Maple Leaf Foods Inc. in an appeal of the decision of the Registrar of Trade-marks.
- Pitfalls In Proving CERCLA Divisibility Of Harm from Epstein Becker & Green: Bill Ruskin delves into the Pakootas v. Teck Cominco Metals Ltd. case, and a judge’s recent ruling that PRP Teck Cominco Metals, Ltd. failed to prove that contamination at a CERCLA site was divisible and, as a result, will be subject to CERCLA 107 joint and several liability at an upcoming September 2012 bench trial.
- Grain Journal Features OSHA’s Enforcement Efforts in the Grain Industry from Epstein Becker & Green: Eric Conn shares that the Grain Journal has published a three part article based on a speech he gave to the National Grain & Feed Association, related to OSHA’s enforcement efforts.
- NLRB POSTER RULE DELAYED from Davis & Gilbert: The NLRB Poster Rule was delayed once again following a temporary injunction from the Court of Appeals. Davis & Gilbert offers the full run-down.
- Aged Care Reform – Living Longer, Living Better – Anywhere you like. from Gadens Lawyers: Arthur Koumoukelis discusses the Australian government’s package of reform initiatives designed to reshape the aged care system.