INSIGHT Upcoming Conference
27/09/2012 to 28/09/2012
St. Andrews Club and Conference Centre
150 King Street West
It’s a busy time for securities litigation, the Court of Appeal has released three important decisions,Rowan, Timminco and Canadian Solar and several massive new class actions have commenced, including those against Kinross and Sino-Forest. Whether you are an issuer or an investor, regulated or regulator, insurer or insured there are important developments in the field that you need to follow.
This conference, produced by Insight Information, will provide an outstanding opportunity for regulators, advisors, practitioners, and auditors to come together and discuss their experiences with and insight into this evolving field. Don’t miss this opportunity to come up to speed on important developments that will affect your business and practice.
Hear from the Regulators:
- Enforcement trends and regulatory updates
- What happened in the Coventree case and its impact on material disclosures
- Emerging markets and new guidelines for issuers
- No Contest Settlements – merits and pitfalls
- The importance of a good audit on securities enforcement – look out for these 5 things that your auditor should be doing
- What you need to know about your insurance and indemnity policies – Insurance vs. defense counsel
- Top SEC enforcement issues for public companies
- Cross-border litigation and dispute resolution – settlements and proceedings
- Secondary market liability review – recent class action litigation and how their decisions will affect you
- Litigation financing – looking for an ROI in Litigation
- Impacts of recent decisions: CP Ships, Artic Glacier, Sino-Forest, CIBC, IMAX, SNC Lavalin, Timminco, Xungui Haixi
- Alberta Securities Commission
- Autorité des Marchés Financiers
- British Columbia Commission
- Ontario Securities Commission
- Investment Industry Regulatory
- Organization of Canada
|Law Society of Upper Canada CPD: This program qualifies for 12 substantive hours; 0 professional hours.|
Not accredited for New Members.
This program has been approved by the Law Society of New Brunswick for 12 MCPD hours.
This program has been approved by the Law Society of Saskatchewan and the Law Society of British Columbia for 12.5 hours.
For Alberta lawyers, consider including this course as a CPD learning
activity in your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development
Plan as required by the Law Society of Alberta.
The Barreau du Québec automatically recognizes training activities held
outside the province of Quebec and accredited by another Law Society
which has adopted MCLE for its members. This program is thus approved by
the Barreau du Québec for 12.5 hours.
Register online at http://www.insightinfo.com/securitieslitigation
EMDA Members receive 15% off the conference price. To receive a code please log in HERE.
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