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Government Introduces "Made-In-Canada" Deferred Prosecution Agreement framework
Following our earlier bulletin commenting on Canada's 2018 Budget commitment to introducing a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) regime for corporate wrongdoing, the Canadian Government swiftly introduced legislation to deliver on its commitment
Canada
17 Apr 2018
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OHSA Conviction, $48,000 Fine Upheld On Appeal: "Blocking" Of Machine Required Physical Block
An Ontario Appeal judge has upheld an employer's conviction under the Occupational Health and Safety Act for failure to "block" a machine...
Canada
9 Sep 2016
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"Reputable And Responsible" Owner / Operator Guilty Of OHSA Charge After Drill Rig Collapse At York University
After a dramatic and tragic incident in which a large drill rig fell over at York University, fatally injuring a backhoe operator and badly injuring an excavator operator, the company that owned and operated the rig...
Canada
2 Sep 2016
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Two Company Directors Jailed 25 Days After Worker Dies, No Safety Training Provided
Rarely are senior corporate officials jailed for health and safety offences in Canada.
Canada
15 Jan 2015
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Tax Court Rules Amounts Paid Out Of Ponzi Scheme Not Taxable
The tax treatment of amounts paid out of failed Ponzi schemes is once again in the news.
Canada
6 Mar 2014
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Tax Court Holds That Advisor Penalties Under Section 163.2 Of The ITA Constitute Criminal Offences
In what is certain to be the first step in a very important precedent, the Tax Court of Canada held that the advisor penalties created under section 163.2 of the Income Tax Act constitute criminal offences.
Canada
14 Oct 2012
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First Ontario Company Convicted Of Criminal Safety Charges: Christmas Eve Scaffold Collapse
On Christmas Eve, 2009, four workers died and a fifth was seriously injured when the scaffold they were standing on to effect repairs to the exterior of an apartment building in Etobicoke, Ontario collapsed and fell thirteen stories to the ground below.
Canada
11 Jul 2012
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Union Organization Wants Better Enforcement Of Criminal Safety Offences Under Bill C-45, Releases Guide For Police
The Canadian Labour Congress ("CLC"), an association of unions, has published a guide for police use when investigating corporate criminal negligence in cases of serious workplace injuries and fatalities.
Canada
19 Jun 2012
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The Cost Of Doing Business? Laws Against Bribery Of Foreign Public Officials In International Business Transactions
The United States was the first country to enact legislation against bribery of foreign officials with the implementation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in 1977 ("FCPA").
Canada
5 Dec 2011
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