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Corporate Crimes and Justice Procedures + Professional responsibility for financial transactions - V

  • 30 Dec 2016
  • 30 Dec 2018
  • Video CPD

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Professionalism:
Professional responsibility for financial transactions

Substantive:
Corporate Crimes and Justice Procedures

This program contains _1/2_ Professionalism Hour(s).

This program is eligible for up to __1.0__ Substantive Hours

Educator:

  •  Justice Rick Libman Ontario Court of Justice

Learning Objectives:

This event examines justice procedures surrounding corporate crime. The first part of the event will look at measures aimed at preventing corporate conduct within organizations such as due diligence compliance audits.  Next we look at methods of cooperating with regulators as well as methods of enforcement by regulators.  Finally, we move on to look at how the law is structured to hold corporations liable as well as Charter issues that may arise, and the leading case law in this area.

Topic with areas to cover:

1. Due diligence compliance audits

2  Cooperating with regulators and enforcement pyramids

3. Corporate liability vs personal liability in theCriminal Code

4. Charter issues for corporations - challenging constitutionality of legislation, self-incrimination, standing

Professionalism Topic:

Professional responsibility for financial transactions

IAttendees may learn professional responsibilities that the law society imposes on lawyers with respect to financial transactions and record keeping while dealing with corporate level clients and identifying authorities within corporate structure authorized to make decisions.


 

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