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Eye On The Ball
As boards come under the increasingly intense scrutiny of regulators and activist shareholders, new demands on their time are distracting them from what really matters.
Canada
21 Oct 2011
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Directors’ Duties In Various Corporate Forms
The jobs may sound similar, but the underlying risks are very different.
Canada
20 Sep 2011
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The CEO Must Go
My friend and corporate governance mentor, Tony Griffiths, tells me (frequently) that the board of directors has only two jobs: hire the CEO and fire the CEO. And, he quickly adds, the board always moves too slowly on the second.
Canada
13 Jan 2011
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When Commissions Overstep
Until recently, it was thought that rights plans could only be used in Canada to delay an unwanted advance while the board searched for alternatives.
Canada
8 Dec 2010
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Dual-Class Shares: Not the Enemy
Shareholder activists like to project democratic values onto corporate share structures. But multiple-voting shares can be useful — for common and controlling shareholders alike
Canada
13 Oct 2010
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Lessons From Magna
A proposal by Magna International Inc. to reorga-nize its capital structure and eliminate a class of multiple-voting shares has raised a fuss. It also raises interesting governance issues.
Canada
13 Oct 2010
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Caveat Counsel: Care and Caution in the Boardroom
A securities class action certification decision handed down by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in December 2009, Allen v. Aspen Group Resources Corporation, et al., is attracting attention from the perspective of potential liability for law firms.
Canada
12 Apr 2010
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