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18 Dec 2018 By

2018 Year In Review For American and Canadian Whistleblower Programs

Fiscal Year 2018 was a nice year for tippers to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) whistleblower program (“SEC program”), thanks to some misbehaving companies. The SEC made record-breaking payouts of about $168 million to 13 whistleblowers in 2018.   The SEC program was init…

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24 Apr 2018 By

Competing Class Actions: The Unsettled Law of Carriage Motions

Class counsel trying to predict the outcome of a carriage motion has little to learn from two recent decisions by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Carriage motions are unique to class actions.  They arise when multiple class actions are filed for what is essentially the same case and c…

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13 Nov 2017 By

Securities Fraudsters to the SEC: Can We Have Our Money Back?

Canadian class action litigators have the reputation of being more cautious than their neighbors to the south.  It’s a reputation surely bolstered by a recent example of colossal chutzpah where acknowledged fraudsters launched an American securities class action to recover their ill-go…

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