In the latest of a series of regulatory rollbacks by the Trump Administration, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to propose removing the requirement that the EPA account for “co-benefits” when calculating the economic impact
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Shock Waves In China was originally published December 2017 and discussed the compliance regulations China implemented during 2017 as the country prioritized environmental law.
Greetings reader! Thanks for joining us for the fourth volume of the 12 Best Practices of Compliance Solutions Series.
Featuring contributions from Hiromi Tasaki, Reiko Sakai, Kengo Okuda and Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford.
Input from Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford, Taotao Yue, Karolina Wrzecionkowska, Caitlin O’Sullivan, Elizabeth Bootz, Hannah Solomon, Danyelle Barron, James Olaleye, Michael Pantelides and Deirdre Perquy
Greetings reader! Thanks for joining us for the third volume of the 12 Best Practices of Compliance Solutions Series.
Work-related cancer is by far the largest cause of workplace deaths. So, what is the European Union doing about it? We take a look at some of the key recent regulatory developments in the EU in this regard.