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‘It was quite a long road to getting registered with the SEC,’ says RBC’s Erin Dion.
‘It was quite a long road to getting registered with the SEC,’ says RBC’s Erin Dion.
When you’re breaking new ground on a financial product a deal can take time, patience, and ingenuity — especially when working with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Just ask the in-house department at RBC and its external legal team.
Kate Kempton says she and her clients do not agree with the leave to appeal decision.
Kate Kempton says she and her clients do not agree with the leave to appeal decision.
A decision by the Ontario Superior Court to grant leave to appeal an interim injunction obtained by a First Nation against a junior mining company could have significant implications for the resource industry, First Nation communities, and government.
Monday, 17 September 2012 09:00

Why great leaders need great followers

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Why great leaders need great followersDuring my tenure as president of the Association of Corporate Counsel I was privileged to work with many outstanding in-house practitioners willing to share their knowledge so others could learn from their experience. One such person was Bill Lytton, our 2002 board chairman. Stated simply, working with him made you better, and it was fun.
An arbitration board has upheld the decision by the Calgary Fire Department to temporarily suspend and demote a captain. Photo: Shutterstock
An arbitration board has upheld the decision by the Calgary Fire Department to temporarily suspend and demote a captain. Photo: Shutterstock
An arbitration board has upheld the decision by the Calgary Fire Department to temporarily suspend and demote a captain after he used an expletive to describe female members of the fire crew.
Many employers are not fully versed in the laws regarding overtime.  Image: Shutterstock
Many employers are not fully versed in the laws regarding overtime. Image: Shutterstock
A British Columbia labour arbitrator has ordered the Insurance Corp. of B.C. to pay overtime wages retroactively to employees who worked longer shifts, but weren’t properly compensated.
Barrick Gold Corp., which is starting to mine gold on the Chile-Argentina border, says it already voluntarily publishes payments to governments.
Barrick Gold Corp., which is starting to mine gold on the Chile-Argentina border, says it already voluntarily publishes payments to governments.
New rules passed by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission under the Dodd-Frank Act requiring resource extraction issuers, including Canadian companies listed on U.S. exchanges, to disclose payments made to governments could be putting competitiveness on the line.
Video: Seventh annual InHouse/ACC general counsel roundtable on risk management: Dealing with the risks of social mediaIn the fourth and final video from the InHouse/Association of Corporate Counsel general counsel roundtable, moderated by Jennifer Brown and sponsored by WeirFoulds LLP, the participants discuss how they manage the potential risks of social media
Monday, 20 August 2012 09:00

Hiring in-house from the employer perspective

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Hiring in-house from the employer perspectiveIn last month’s column, “Moving in (house) for the right reasons,” I briefly described the in-house practice and what someone might wish to consider before going that direction. While you assess your job prospects, keep in mind what employers will be looking for when they hire.
Problem gamblers have been given another shot at trying to launch a $3.5-billion class action against OLG. Photo: Shutterstock
Problem gamblers have been given another shot at trying to launch a $3.5-billion class action against OLG. Photo: Shutterstock
Problem gamblers have been given another shot at trying to launch a $3.5-billion class action lawsuit against the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp.
Video: Seventh annual InHouse/ACC general counsel roundtable on risk management: How in-house counsel mitigate riskIn the third of four videos from the InHouse/Association of Corporate Counsel general counsel roundtable, moderated by Jennifer Brown and sponsored by WeirFoulds LLP, the participants discuss how they mitigate risk in their organizations, and how they determine what takes priority.
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