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Guest Post: Court Dismisses Statutory Misrepresentation Claim against Credit Union Board in Landmark Decision

In the following guest post, Deepshikha Dutt, Douglas B.B. Stewart,of and Frank E.P. Bowman of the Dentons law firm review and analyze a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice relating to the liabilities of directors and officers under Ontario statutory law for misrepresentations in offering statements. This article is republished here with permission from … Continue Reading

Securities Regulators Around the World Adopt Whistleblower Reporting Programs

One of the Dodd-Frank Act’s signature features was its creation of potentially massive bounties for whistleblowers that reported financial fraud to the SEC. During the time that the Dodd-Frank whistleblower program has been in place, the agency has made a number of significant bounty awards. Mary Jo White, the SEC chairwoman, has said that the program … Continue Reading

Ontario Securities Suit Claimants Denied Leave to Proceed

Shareholder claimants seeking to pursue a misrepresentation claim under the Ontario Securities Act must obtain leave of court to proceed based on a statutory requirement that the plaintiff must show a “reasonable possibility that the action will be resolved at trial in favor of the plaintiff.” Ontario’s courts agree that this requirement sets a “low … Continue Reading
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