It seems Canadians are starting to rethink their approach
to the shareholder rights plan. The
Globe and Mail report on a paper published by former Ontario
Securities Commission chief Edward Waitzer (now at Osgoode Hall Law School) and his
colleague at Strikeman Elliot, Sean Vanderpol. They think...
"What did the President know and when did he know it?"
That is the iconic question from the Watergate Hearings asked by Senator Howard
Baker of various witnesses. In the case of the Canadian engineering company
SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. (SNC), it appears that its chief executive knew
If you have a strong communications component to your
business (and let's face it, who doesn't), you'd better take note. Canada is
attempting to get rid of all those pesky spam e-mails and text messages through
Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation ("CASL"), which is slated to come...
An important accessory to the indemnification rights of directors and officers is their right to have their defense expenses advanced while the claims against them are pending, before their ultimate right to indemnification has been determined. A frequently recurring issue is the question of when the...