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Sardia Cenac Prospere
Recently, the discussion on testing in the workplace has largely centred around testing for COVID-19. However, there is a broader obligation on employers in relation to testing and safety in the workplace. In this article, we explore to what extent this is regulated, and whether an employer may lawfully introduce a substance testing policy in...
Introduction Floissac, Du Boulay & Thomas in Saint Lucia offers an annual internship in honour of one of our founding members, the former Chief Justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court and Privy Counsellor, the late The Right Hon. Sir Vincent Floissac P.C C.M.G. Q.C. LL.M (Lond). First introduced in 2016, the ten-week paid internship...
The Consumer Protection Act is deemed to have come into force in St. Lucia on 1st January 2022. This comprehensive law provides for the “promotion and protection of consumer rights in relation to the supply of goods and the provision of services”. Although the legislation’s objective is the protection of the consumer, it is underpinned...