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Good service means being available and responsive: Donich

A busy day is a good day for Toronto criminal lawyer Jordan Donich . “When I’m not busy I feel like I’m slowly dying,” says Donich, principal of ... Read more

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Car dealers, salespeople must comply with strict regulations

The Ontario car sales industry is heavily regulated and subject to oversight by its regulatory body, which conducts periodic inspections to ensure consumers are protected, says ... Read more

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New ISO standard for anti-corruption compliance

By Norm Keith  and Carla Oliver The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has recently entered the fray by establishing an ISO certification standard ... Read more

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Workplace manslaughter charge going to trial

By Norm Keith and Shane Todd The Quebec Superior Court recently released a decision with broad implications for corporate employers, owners, managers and supervisors across ... Read more

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Multi-pronged approach required to stem opioid crisis

New federal regulations that restrict fentanyl production are a step in the right direction, but more must be done to prevent the underlying issue of prescription opioid abuse, ... Read more

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Manslaughter charge in construction death raises concerns

A Quebec Superior Court ruling upholding a charge of manslaughter in a construction site fatality raises many legal issues which will be keenly followed across Canada, says ... Read more

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Corruption in the aviation industry? ‘Please say it isn’t so!’

By Norm Keith The international aviation industry is highly competitive, international, and yes, known for allegations of corruption. Whether buying, selling, maintaining, ... Read more

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Corporate compliance to prevent criminal liability in Canada

By Norm Keith and Jonathan Wansbrough Introduction: the Bill C-45 initiative Effective corporate compliance to prevent regulatory risk requires a foundation of legal ... Read more

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Plan prudently to create an effective internal whistle-blowing system

There is a a diverse range of whistle-blowing legislation globally and corporations should be proactive in setting up an internal system to process red flags and mitigate any ... Read more

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New French anti-corruption law provides for DPAs

By Norm Keith On Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, France passed its new anti-corruption legislation, to improve its commitment to business ethics, the prevention of fraud and ... Read more

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Million dollar fine for fatal accident a step forward

A $1 million fine levied against Vale Canada stemming from a fatal mining accident may or may not be a just decision, but corporate prioritization of workplace safety needs ... Read more

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U.S. Appeals Court upholds 180-month prison term for tax fraud

By Norm Keith In a case that demonstrates the remarkable contrast between the American and Canadian enforcement of tax rules, the United States Court of Appeals for the ... Read more

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OSC program's focus on 'whistleblower bounty' concerning

The recent launch of the Ontario Securities Commission's (OSC) new whistleblower initiative has not come without controversy, as there are concerns that it seems to ... Read more

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Melanie Booth creates niche practice in workplace OH&S in BC

With a background in personal injury, workplace occupational health and safety (OH&S), workers’ compensation, and employment law, Vancouver lawyer Melanie D. Booth ... Read more

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Regulatory settlement agreement not binding in subsequent civil action

Toronto professional negligence and liability lawyer Kim T. Duong says a recent Nova Scotia Superior Court decision denying a motion for summary judgment dealt with the ... Read more

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Changes to OHSR could be onerous for construction companies

Vancouver personal injury, workplace occupational health and safety, and employment lawyer Melanie D. Booth says some of the proposed amendments to the Occupational Health and ... Read more

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Reverse auction trend met with some concern from lawyers

While the concept of reverse auctions is slowly being introduced into the Canadian legal marketplace, some have expressed concerns about the amount of attention ... Read more

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Disclosure rules apply to corporations: judge

An Ontario Court of Justice ruling makes it clear that corporations have the right to a fair trial, says Toronto regulatory, employment and white collar investigations and defence ... Read more

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OSC ushering in new era of enforcement

Following underwhelming results from American-style prosecutions in the 1990s and 2000s, the Ontario Securities Commission’s (OSC) renewed efforts to be seen as a ... Read more

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Keith to discuss lessons from Metron case at Winnipeg event

Toronto occupational health and safety, regulatory and criminal defence lawyer  Norm Keith will facilitate an upcoming conference in Winnipeg on effective health and safety ... Read more

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