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July 28, 2014
Appeal court rules in favour of UBS in fight with former CEO and director
It won’t change or strengthen any laws around executive compensation but a recent decision from the Ontario Court of Appeal should have boards giving sober second thought to how they grant big bonuses and golden parachutes to top executives.
July 21, 2014
Lawyers reminded about dominant purpose test for litigation privilege
When undertaking an investigation in preparation for litigation, there’s always a danger it could fall into the other party’s hands through discovery. Litigation privilege doesn’t automatically apply to all investigative reports commissioned by a party.
Practising In-house
July 14, 2014
The whole nine yards of conflict-of-interest certifications
Corporate conflict-of-interest policies come in many flavours. On the whole, they apply not only to employees but also to contractors and suppliers. The policies typically describe specific types of conflicts of interests and often principles to provide guidance on recognizing further conflicts.

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June /July 2014, Volume 9 • Issue 3
 
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