Friday News Finds – October 25, 2019

By Danica Bennewies Happy Friday, CBLB readers! Welcome back to Friday Finds, the weekly series where we share five of the top corporate and securities law headlines that grabbed our attention over the week. While Canadians were pretty focused on the federal election this week, a lot happened on the corporate and securities law front …

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Just What the Doctor Ordered?: A Look at the Side Effects of Theratechnologies on Secondary Market Liability in Canada

By Stéphane Rousseau, Dominique Payette and Christopher Trouvé. Originally published on the Canadian Bar Review. The recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in Theratechnologies Inc. v 121851 Canada Inc. (“Thera”) goes to the heart of the debate on the place of the public and private enforcement methods in the Canadian securities regulation regime. Fundamentally, the case concerns …

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Friday News Finds – September 27, 2019

By Richard Neil Kennedy Another Friday means another installment of Friday Finds on the CBLB! What better way to start your weekend than a round-up of the top five corporate and securities law news stories that have been circulating headlines. Some of the news dominating the headlines this week include further news from WeWork, enforcement …

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