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By Natalia Vandervoort, Melanie Zetusian
The Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA") is an umbrella organization of 10 provincial and 3 territorial securities regulators in Canada, which includes the Ontario Securities Commission
By Mitchell Fournie
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice reminds litigants that cost considerations must be at the forefront of every decision made when litigating a case.
By Natalia Vandervoort, Melanie Zetusian
This article provides key Program updates that have occurred since February 2018 and our views on the potential challenges faced by the Program in evaluating its success.
By Kate McGrann
Six years ago, Kate McGrann walked into a hardware store in Toronto and bought a piece of chain-link fence. It was her version of a sketchbook
By Safina Lakhani
Although assessing the length of reasonable notice of termination is one of the most common issues in employment law, judicial determinations of reasonable notice are often unpredictable.
By Bruce O’Toole, Kate McGrann
When Is "Close" Close Enough? Assessing The Availability Of The Family, Friends And Business Associates Prospectus Exemption
By Dana Carson
In its recent decision in Lavender v Miller Bernstein LLP, the Court of Appeal for Ontario overturned a summary judgment decision imposing liability on the auditor of a now defunct securities dealer in a class action brought on behalf of the dealer's clients.
By Bruce O’Toole
Many financial advisors will change firms and have the experience of moving their book of business. There are many potential pitfalls that can occur in moving a book of business...
By Robert Brush, Michael L. Byers
Robert Brush and Michael L. Byers published their paper entitled "Separate, Independent and Confounding: Understanding Personal Liability for Corporate Acts" in the 2017 Carswell Annual...
By Alistair Crawley
To the extent it was ever really open, the door to relevant appeals from decisions of the Ontario Securities Commission ("OSC" or the "Commission") has inexorably been swinging closed.
By Anna Markiewicz
On July 14, 2016 the Ontario Securities Commission launched the Office of the Whistleblower, which administers the Whistleblower Program, the first paid whistleblower program by a securities regulator in Canada.
By Michael L. Byers
A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision has arguably expanded the scope of a company's liability for the actions of those who control it.
By Clarke Tedesco
On March 20, 2018, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) published its Seniors Strategy, the purpose of which is to outline initiatives that the OSC is pursuing in relation to older individuals, ...