Board Diversity Series: Developments in Gender Diversity On Canadian Boards

The Government of Ontario engaged Catalyst, a non-profit organization aimed at expanding opportunities for women in business, to measure the movement in the representation of women on boards and in executive officer positions in Canada, to identify the best practices from around the world, and to recommend strategies for accelerating progress.

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U.S. Supreme Court Confirms That a Corporate Insider Receives a “Personal Benefit” by Providing Confidential Information to a Trading Relative or Friend, Affirming Conviction for Insider Trading

In Salman v. United States, No. 15-628, 580 U.S. ___, 2016 WL 7078448 (2016), the United States Supreme Court (Alito, J.) unanimously affirmed the insider trading conviction of petitioner Bassam Salman on the ground that Mr. Salman’s brother-in-law had breached his fiduciary duty by making a gift of confidential information to a “trading relative or friend.” 

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Competition Bureau Settles “Made in Canada” Advertising Dispute with Moose Knuckles

By | Competition Chronicle | December 9, 2016
Competition Bureau Settles “Made in Canada” Advertising Dispute with Moose Knuckles

The Competition Bureau (Bureau) announced on December 7, 2016 that the Commissioner of Competition (Commissioner) had reached a settlement with Moose International Inc. (Moose) regarding his concerns over Moose’s “Made in Canada” advertising and labelling with respect to certain of its premium brand parkas. 

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