Daily Archives: August 4, 2017

Rulings of engagement

Contract interpretation? Privacy limits? Litigation protection? These are just some of the important legal zones affected by Canada’s recent high court rulings. Here is Listed’s annual look at the most consequential of those decisions and how Canadian listed companies might navigate the challenges they present
By Jim Middlemiss
August 4th, 2017

The Supreme Court of Canada has once again had a busy year with a number of rulings that impact the business world. Over the past 12 months, the court has ruled on everything from when companies can revise their deal … Continue reading

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Rulings pt. 2: More orders from the court

Along with our featured top five rulings, here are five more that will also weigh on future boardroom decisions
August 4th, 2017

STEWART V. ELK VALLEY COAL CORP. COURT Supreme Court of Canada ISSUE Limits on enforcement of workplace fitness for duty policies When can employees who test positive for illegal drugs be dismissed without that dismissal constituting unlawful discrimination under human … Continue reading

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Putting the force in enforcement

As Canada’s leading market watchdog, the Ontario Securities Commission has been long criticized for its weak record in prosecuting serious securities crime. Will a new head of enforcement, working with new tools, under a new chair, be able to change that?
By Cooper Langford
August 4th, 2017

  Barring negotiated settlements, most of Canada’s securities enforcement community will be consumed this fall with the prosecution of several related high-profile cases alleging insider trading of shares in the former Montreal-based Amaya Inc., now Toronto-based The Stars Group Inc. … Continue reading

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