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Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 7 Feb 2018

Updates on Continuous Disclosure and Corporate Governance in Securities Law

Three years following implementation of mandatory disclosure of women on boards and in executive officer positions, the new rules have marginally


Bennett Jones LLP | USA, Canada | 19 Oct 2017

The Alberta Securities Commission’s Credit for Exemplary Cooperation Program

The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) announced its new Credit for Exemplary Cooperation in Enforcement Matters Policy (ASC Policy) on October 16


Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP | Canada | 10 Mar 2011

Alberta’s highest court has ruled that federal securities regulation is unconstitutional

The Alberta Court of Appeal has held that the proposed federal Securities Act (the "Act") does not pass constitutional scrutiny.


Stikeman Elliott LLP | Canada | 8 Mar 2011

Alberta Court of Appeal finds proposed federal Securities Act unconstitutional

The Alberta Court of Appeal has just released its decision on the reference made by the Alberta government regarding the federal government's plan to implement the proposed federal Canadian Securities Act.


McMillan LLP | Canada | 5 Mar 2009

Alberta provides privilege for self-assessment programs

In November 2008, Alberta became the first Canadian jurisdiction to provide privilege for the self-assessment programs of insurance companies.

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