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Legal news Roundup - June 27, 2014

Compiled By Mallory Hendry

Canada

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[/em]Wal-Mart's store closure after employees successfully unionized violates Quebec's labour code: SCC, Reuters

Conservative MP argues Alberta should be exempt from foreign worker program changes, The Globe and Mail

First Nations may no longer need to raise blockades, fight lengthy court battles in order to stop ‘intrusions’ after historic ruling, The National Post

United States

SCOTUS rules for companies on birth control mandate, Reuters

Big corporate deals on the rebound means global M&A reaches seven-year high, Reuters

International

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Pistorius had no mental disorder at time of shooting: psychiatrists[/a], Reuters

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Cuba gets visit from top Google execs promoting open Internet[/a], Reuters

Sources say HP, shareholder attorneys to settle litigation over $11.1-billion acquisition of British software company, Reuters


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