Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 11:00am to 2:00pm
Location: 
Room J140, Jackman Law Building, 78 Queen's Park

This roundtable will discuss two empirical projects relating to the enforcement of securities law violations. The first project centres on the argument that relative to the United States, Canada tends to pursue more standard insider trading actions that focus on a top insider or advisors of an insider and a single traded company (as opposed to multiple company insider trading enforcement actions). The second project relates to settlements of securities law violations and provides empirical data regarding the use of settlements in the Canadian context. Draft papers will be circulated to roundtable participants in advance and questions from the floor will be encouraged.

Introductions:

Edward Iacobucci, Dean and J.S.D. Tory Professor of Law, Faculty of Law

Anita Anand, J.R. Kimber Chair Investor Protection and Corporate Governance

Speakers:

Anita Anand, J.R. Kimber Chair Investor Protection and Corporate Governance

Stephen Choi, Murray and Kathleen Bring Professor of Law, New York University

Jeff Kehoe, Director of Enforcement, Ontario Securities Commission

Adam Pritchard, Frances & George Skestos Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School

Poonam Puri, Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School

Lawrence Ritchie, Partner, Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Closing Remarks:

Howard Wetston, Senator and past Chair of the Ontario Securities Commission

No cost to register but please contact Nadia Gulezko (by telephone: 416.978.6767 or by  email at n.gulezko@utoronto.ca) who will keep the registration list and provide further information.

The Program on Ethics in Law and Business

Law Foundation of Ontario