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How Trudeau Can Easily Help SNC-Lavalin (And Other Corporate Wrongdoers) Without Corrupting Justice
"There is no solution that does not involve interference" — this is what Gerry Butts, the former principal secretary to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reportedly told the chief of staff
Canada
29 Mar 2019
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Vancouver Provincial Court Sentences Man To 36 Months In Prison For Regulatory Crime
On November 23, 2018, the Vancouver Provincial Court released its sentencing decision for Ayaz Dhanani, a 38 year old Vancouver man who had been convicted for selling fraudulent investments...
Canada
30 Nov 2018
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Jail Time For Securities Regulatory Offences – Vancouver Court Hands Down 3 Year Sentence
The Vancouver Provincial Court also ordered Mr. Dhanani to pay a total of $194,568 in restitution to five victims.
Canada
29 Nov 2018
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New Immunity And Leniency Programs: Still The Best Deal In Town?
It used to be the best deal in town: participants in criminal price-fixing conspiracies could approach the Competition Bureau and receive either complete immunity or leniency in exchange for ratting..
Canada
15 Oct 2018
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Ambiguity And Other "Grave" Concerns In Arbitration Agreements: The Ontario Superior Court Of Justice Examines Arbitration In The Franchise Context
In a recent decision, Graves v. Correactology Health Care Group Inc.,1 the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed a motion to stay a franchise dispute action in favour of arbitration ...
Canada
15 Oct 2018
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NAFTA Reintroduced As USMCA: What You Need To Know
After lengthy and intense negotiation, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has been reintroduced as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), the new tri-party trade...
Canada
11 Oct 2018
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Working Together Works: Ontario Securities Commission Approves Reduced Sanction For Insider Tipper Who Cooperated With Investigation
The OSC recently approved a settlement agreement in which the respondent admitted to providing material non-public information to a third party.
Canada
7 Jun 2018
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Deferred No More: Deferred Prosecution Agreements Finally On Their Way to Canada
This long-awaited announcement follows a formal public consultation.
Canada
3 May 2018
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Facilitating The End Of Facilitation Payments
The Canadian government has eliminated the exception allowing for facilitation payments under Canada's anti-corruption regime effective October 31, 2017.
Canada
13 Nov 2017
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Legal Due Diligence Trends In The Private Equity Industry
While the nature and extent of due diligence in a private equity transaction is deal-specific, increasing globalization and use of electronic data storage and dissemination practices...
Canada
26 Apr 2017
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Will The OSC Whistle-Blower Program Change The Game Or Just Get Played?
The Ontario Securities Commission's new Office of the Whistleblower opens for business on Thursday.
Canada
20 Jul 2016
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Canadian Securities Litigation Outlook
In the secondary market class action context, we examine the implications of the Supreme Court of Canada's clarification of the leave threshold, and review some recent examples of successful defence strategies.
Canada
27 Jun 2016
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Supreme Court Of Canada Weighs In Favour Of International Cooperation In Foreign Corruption Investigations – Upholds Immunity For Non-State International Actors
In a recent decision, the Supreme Court of Canada has tilted the scale in favour of the continued facilitation of international information sharing and collaboration in combating foreign corruption and against the rights of accused corporations (and their directors and officers) to gain access to such shared relevant and potentially exculpatory information to mount a full defence.
Canada
17 May 2016
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Manitoba Government Passes Law Giving Victims Of Domestic Violence Paid Leave
The Manitoba Employment Standards Code was recently amended to give victims of domestic violence job-protected leave from work to deal with issues arising from their abuse.
Canada
24 Mar 2016
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Judgment Debts Arising From Fraud Or False Pretences: Recent Developments In The Application Of S.178 Of The Bankruptcy And Solvency Act
The defendant in H.Y. Louie was employed in the plaintiff's IT department. His duties included arranging for the purchase of IT products and services for the plaintiff.
Canada
16 Mar 2016
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The Self Reporting Calculus For Foreign Corrupt Practices - The Math Is Still Opaque In Canada
The nature, quality and extent of cooperation required to achieve significant leniency or avoid an enforcement action remains a difficult guessing game in Canada's foreign corruption enforcement regime.
Canada
14 Dec 2015
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International Investigations: Five Frightening Facts
Wendy Berman and Jonathan Wansbrough were part of The Law Reviews' Expert Panel 2015 and their Canada chapter in The International Investigations Review has now been published.
Canada
9 Nov 2015
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Ontario Government Introduces Bill 132: The Sexual Violence And Harassment Action Plan Act
On October 27, 2015, the Ontario Government introduced legislation designed to strengthen laws addressing sexual violence and harassment and to increase protections for complainants.
Canada
3 Nov 2015
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"Untapped" – The Risk Of Wiretap Evidence Falling Into The Hands Of Civil Litigants
In the aftermath of the global financial crisis and growing public mistrust, the investigation and prosecution of corporate misconduct has become a renewed focus and priority globally for law enforcement agencies.
Canada
15 May 2015
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RCMP Charges SNC-Lavalin With Foreign Corruption And Fraud
According to the RCMP's press release, the latest round of corruption charges (the first against SNC-Lavalin itself) relate to alleged illegal activities over a 10 year period from August 16, 2001 to September 20, 2011...
Canada
4 Mar 2015
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