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Jail Term For Construction Superintendent Upheld By Court Of Appeal
On January 20, 2018, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released its decision in the Appeal of Vadim Kazenelson ("Kazenelson") both his conviction and sentence appeal. Kazenelson was the Project Superintendent/Manager for the Metron Construction Incorporated ("Metron") project in Toronto that went terribly wrong on December 24, 2009.
Canada
23 Feb 2018
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Shannon Residents Appeal Superior Court Decision
On July 20, 2012, class representative Marie-Paule Spieser decided to appeal Justice Godbout's decision1 before the Québec Court of Appeal.
Canada
4 Oct 2012
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Outgoing Directors Should Be Wary Of Looking To Corporate Bylaws For Protection
Corporate bylaws often extend certain protections to former directors, including (for example) the advancement of litigation-related expenses to a director who is sued in connection with his or her corporate duties (a sort of "indemnity-in-advance").
Canada
1 Jul 2008
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Stock Options: ´Backdating and Springloading´ - Are Your Records in Order?
Just when you might have thought that the dust had settled on the series of scandals that have rocked corporate America, the latest chapter in this continuing saga - involving stock options - is just being written. Currently, the practices of ‘backdating’ and ‘springloading’ are the focus of investigation by US securities regulatory authorities and US federal prosecutors, as well as being the subject of several class-action lawsuits by shareholders.
Canada
 
12 Oct 2006
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