Codes of Conduct are an important tool for companies to mitigate legal and reputational risk by promoting ethical and responsible conduct of their employees.
An International Overview of Existing Climate-Related Insurance Initiatives: Finding the Right Path for CanadaJun 30, 2021
Part of our ESG initiative, this article summarizes existing climate-related insurance initiatives and suggests programs that may be most successful in Canada.
Capital market developments from the CSA regarding non-GAAP financial information.
Charting the Future of Insurance Regulation in Ontario – FSRA Takes Aim at Auto, and Health and Life Insurance for Increased Oversight and Consumer ProtectionJun 30, 2021
FSRA has set out its strategic direction and priorities for the insurance sector in its 2021-24 Annual Business Plan.
An overview of the proposed Instrument 51-519 from the BC Securities Commission on promotional activity disclosure requirements.
Striking a Balance Between Major Facility and Sensitive Land Use Developments: A Discussion of Ontario’s New Land Use Compatibility GuidelineJun 30, 2021
The Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks has published the Land Use Compatibility Guideline to establish land use compatibility policies
An overview of inclusionary zoning policies and their impending implementation in Toronto and the GTA.
The Balancing of Privacy Rights and the Open Court Principle: Disclosure of Private Information in LitigationJun 23, 2021
The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Sherman Estate v Donovan offers clarity on when the open court principle will give ground to the right to privacy.
Ontario's Divisional Court rules that the $2.5 million severance threshold in the Employment Standards Act, 2000 must be based on global payroll.
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