Protected Statements

Melnitzer, Julius
March 2006
InsideCounsel;Mar2006, Vol. 16 Issue 172, p36
Trade Publication
Discusses the decision made by the Ontario Court of Appeal on December 15, 2005 to lower the plaintiffs' bar for corporate disclosures by reversing the ruling by Superior Court Justice Sidney Lederman in the case Kerr v. Danier. Opportunity for purchasers of shares to claim damages under Section 130 of Ontario's Securities Act; Ruling by Lederman on damages to be paid by Danier Leather Inc. to investors; Requirements on corporate disclosure under the Securities Act. INSET: At a Glance: Bill 198.


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