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Cornell Wright

Leading on all fronts: Cornell Wright, JD/MBA 2000, partner at Torys, gets down to business ...

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Prof. Kent Roach writes "Is police independence at risk in Ontario?" in Globe and Mail

Monday, December 10, 2018

In a commentary in the Globe and Mail, Prof. Kent Roach writes about the importance of police independence in the context of the Ipperwash inquiry and of Ontario's new government ("Is police independence at risk in Ontario?", December 10, 2018).

"Police independence is a poorly understood and sometimes abused concept. But that does not mean that is not fundamental to democracy and the rule of law."

Prof. Anita Anand writes "There’s one legal way to insider trade — but maybe there shouldn’t be"

Friday, December 7, 2018

In a commentary in the Financial Post, Prof. Anita Anand analyzes Bombardier's Automatic Share Disposition Plan (ASDP), which allows executives to exercise their options and sell the resulting stock ("There’s one legal way to insider trade — but maybe there shouldn’t be," December 7, 2018).

Read the full story on the Financial Post website, or below.


 

Employment Foresight

Blue J Legal now offering AI-powered employment law tool

And it's free for community clinics, like Downtown Legal Services

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Enjoy the special edition of the Fall/Winter 2018 issue

With the Campaign for Excellence without Barriers, feature profiles, Q&A with Clara Gonzalez-Martin, '90, Nota Bene with Cornell Wright, '00, and much more!

Prof. Anita Anand writes "Canadian taxpayers shouldn’t have to pay for Bombardier’s bad corporate governance"

Thursday, December 6, 2018

In a commentary in the Financial Post, Prof. Anita Anand argues that a federal bailout of Bombardier would be unwise as long as that company maintains its dual-class share structure ("Canadian taxpayers shouldn’t have to pay for Bombardier’s bad corporate governance," December 5, 2018).

Be it resolved: The prohibition on payment for surrogacy and gametes in Canada should be repealed

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Debate chair Professor Roxanne Mykitiuk, Osgoode Hall Law School, Vida Panitch, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Carleton University and Professor Françoise Baylis of Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine

Debate discusses if current prohibition is required or justified

Story and photo by Peter Boisseau

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