Directors’ Responsibilities in Canada, a collaboration between Osler and the Institute of Corporate Directors, is the valuable reference all directors need to understand corporate governance best practices and fulfill their responsibilities among today’s constantly evolving business trends and market shifts.
Increasingly, businesses face a myriad of issues that expose them and their officers and directors to litigation, regulatory, reputational and other risks. Utilizing appropriate resources and deploying them proactively best protects the reputation and long-term viability of any enterprise.
The rise of a highly litigious environment is gaining momentum in Canada, resulting in significant growth in risk for organizations in every aspect of their business and in every sector of the economy. Topics discussed include the risks associated with commercial practices such as procurement and data protection, through to project management and the rise of securities and consumer class actions.
Our Food Products Group explores five of the most frequent triggers for food, beverage and health product-related litigation and offers suggestions to minimize legal risk.
Osler Financial Services Law Blog: timely analysis, updates and discussion on Canadian and U.S./cross-border credit market developments.