If CMJ readers, especially those in head offices, have not discovered "Unearthed", the quarterly publication from Norton Rose, they should. Four times a year it brings news about recent mining events, legal updates and articles for the global mining industry. Contributions come from Norton Rose members around the world and cover topics such as new and proposed legislation, reclamation of mine sites, Latin American opportunities, resource nationalism, anti-corruption policies and tax developments.
The March 2013 "Unearthed" includes a number of items of interest to Canadians. For example, the Quebec City office has welcomed a new partner, Jean-Phillipe Buteau. A list of seminars offered in Toronto, recaps of international conferences, and recent deals involving Norton Rose clients are available. Looking at the legal landscape, the publication offers information about seabed mining, Canada's proposed foreign affiliate dumping rules, the Yukon's "open entry" mining system, Canada's anti-corruption legislation, and much, much more.
Click here to read or download the March 2013 issue of "Unearthed".
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