We are used to identifying a risk, analyzing the potential consequences and their likelihood, and then establishing a ‘risk level’. We evaluate whether the level of risk is acceptable or not, based on risk appetite, risk criteria, or the like. But is that sufficient?
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission Board found the Trustees’ justifications for denying an employee's request for coverage to be “wholly inadequate.” The Plan provided coverage for “reasonable and customary charges incurred for medically necessary drugs and medicines” obtained legally by prescription, and did not require a DIN as a condition of coverage.
In this week’s brief, we look at the U.S. administration’s wish list for NAFTA renegotiations — along with the draft notice and its parallels to the Trans-Pacific Partnership — the Trump administration taking aim at Chapter 19 of NAFTA, the U.S. border tax proposal, as well as the NAFTA Rules of Origin.