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Securities Litigation and Enforcement, Second Edition
ISBN/ISSN/Product Number: 978-0-7798-5021-1
Product Type: Book
Number of Pages: Approximately 480 pages
Number of Volumes: 1 volume bound
Binding: softcover
Publication Date: 2012-04-27
Publisher: Carswell
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In this groundbreaking work, Canada's most renowned securities litigator gives you insight, advice and expertise gleaned from handling the country's most high-profile cases in this exploding area of litigation. Joseph Groia introduces this exciting area in a volume that's both comprehensive and accessible. In a straightforward style, the author explains practical litigation features and lays bare the complex web of legislation, policy statements and cases, in a revealing introduction to all significant types of Canadian securities litigation.
About the Author
Joseph Groia is a principal at Groia & Company Professional Corporation, a litigation boutique that focuses on business and securities litigation. He received his B.A. and J.D. from the University of Toronto. He was formerly the Associate General Counsel and the Director of Enforcement for the Ontario Securities Commission in Toronto. Joe exclusively practices securities litigation, acting as counsel in a wide range of civil, quasi-criminal, criminal and administrative securities cases. He has acted as counsel in many of Canada’s leading securities cases including Asbestos, Bre-X, Canadian Tire, Cinar, Hollinger, Torstar/Southam and YBM. He has been ranked as one of Canada’s 500 Leading lawyers (Lexpert) since 2000 and is consistently rated as one of Canada’s top securities litigators by his peers.
Pamela Hardie received her LL.B from the University of Toronto. Upon her call to the Bar in Ontario she practiced securities law with a former Chair of the Ontario Securities Commission. She then was Counsel at the Commission in both the Corporate Finance and Enforcement Branches. She has been a Member of four Administrative Law Tribunals. In addition to Securities Litigation, she has co-authored a twenty four volume legislative history from 1929 to 1981 of the Ontario Securities Act accompanied by the relevant case law, a text on shareholders rights in Canada and a chapter on insider trading for a securities law reporter.
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