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Fiduciary Duties in Canada
Fiduciary Duties in Canada
ISBN/ISSN/Product Number: 0-88820-317-9
Product Type: Supplemented book
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Number of Volumes: 2 volumes looseleaf, filed to date, with 2 months free service
Binding: 5-Post Binder
Publication Date: 1990-01-01
Publisher: Carswell
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A comprehensive, up-to-date case law analysis of fiduciary responsibility. Provides a basis to assess • when a fiduciary duty exists • what is required to fulfill that duty • resulting remedies if that duty is not satisfied. Separate chapters give specific analysis of fiduciary duty as it applies to each individual business and professional relationship. The updatable format ensures currency.

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About the Author
Mark Ellis joined Baker & McKenzie LLP in late 2002 after practising for more than 20 years at major Canadian law firms. His practice concentrates on fiduciary obligation; corporate governance and employment law, with an emphasis on quasi-trust, protection of proprietary information, workplace issues, executive compensation issues, including securities law compliance from an employment compensation perspective, and all legal aspects of the human resources function and board of directors’ issues. Mr. Ellis works closely with Baker & McKenzie practitioners throughout North America and around the globe to further enhance the Firm’s renowned international labour and employment practice. As author of Fiduciary Duties in Canada, the leading treatise on corporate, commercial and private obligations of fidelity and trust, Mr. Ellis has advised numerous corporate boards, executives, directors and officers, and legal counsel on proprietary information, individual and corporate liability, corporate governance, privacy and disclosure matters.
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