4 02, 2016

Orestes Pasparakis on Shareholder Activism in Canada

By |2016-02-04T14:57:26-06:00February 4, 2016|D&O, D&O Symposium|0 Comments

Orestes Pasparakis, Esq. of Norton Rose Fulbright Canada and panelist for the 2016 PLUS D&O Symposium panel "Shareholder Activism and Litigation in Canada," joined us in the Media Zone to discuss the differences between the U.S. and Canada markets, whether or not Canada needs a unified securities regulator, and his predictions for the future of the issue.

4 05, 2011

Canada’s Conservatives Win Coveted Majority

By |2011-08-18T11:12:04-05:00May 4, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments

From the NPR Website: Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper won his coveted majority government in elections that changed Canada's political landscape, with the opposition Liberals and Quebec separatists suffering a shattering defeat. Harper, who took office in 2006, has won two elections but until Monday's vote had never held a majority of Parliament's 308 seats, forcing him to rely on the opposition to pass legislation. While Harper's hold on Parliament has been tenuous during his five-year tenure, he has managed to nudge an instinctively center-left country to the right. He has gradually lowered sales and corporate taxes, avoided climate change [...]

Go to Top