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  • Friday News Finds – November 30, 2018

    By Danica Bennewies Welcome back to another Friday Finds! In this weekly series on the CBLB, we share five of the corporate and securities law news stories from the past week that dominated the headlines, as well as our conversations. Let’s jump right in to this week’s stories. As you may know, Nove … Read more »

  • Alberta Securities Commission Introduces Whistleblower Program

    Last Tuesday, the Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) announced that it’s expanding its enforcement toolbox through the creation of a whistleblower program and the new Office of the Whistleblower (OWB). This program will allow whistleblowers to report potential securities law breaches in a way that … Read more »

  • Friday News Finds – November 23, 2018

    By Danica Bennewies Welcome back to another installment of Top Five Friday Finds – the weekly series where we share five of the top securities and corporate law news stories that dominated the headlines, and our conversations, this week. We’ve got a great round-up of stories today, so take a quick b … Read more »

  • Friday News Finds – November 16, 2018

    By Danica Bennewies Welcome back to another installment of Friday Finds – the weekly series where we share five of the top corporate and securities law news stories from the past week. It’s been a busy week in the world of securities law, but we’ve narrowed down the news to five of the top headlines … Read more »

  • The Supreme Court Opens Door to New Model of Securities Regulation

    By Anita Anand Originally published on the C.D. Howe Institute. In a decision last week, the Supreme Court of Canada held that the proposed Cooperative Capital Markets Regulator (CCMR) does not impede provincial legislatures’ ability to enact securities regulation. In addition, the court held that t … Read more »

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