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Government Liability For Economic Losses: The Case Of Regulatory Failure, David S. Cohen Jan 1992

Government Liability For Economic Losses: The Case Of Regulatory Failure, David S. Cohen

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Compensation claims against provincial and federal governments are largely a product of the second half of the 20th century. The initial surge of cases after the enactment of the federal Crown Liability Act in 1953--mirrored also in developments at the provincial level-- were typically "private" tort claims. Indeed a significant percentage of claims against the federal government continue to be nothing more than automobile accident, occupier liability claims and lawsuits arising out of similar relatively minor bureaucratic error. Recently, however, as a result of both the imagination of litigators and the growth of the regulatory state, claims against governments have ...


The Canadian Corporation And Wall Street: Application Of United States Securities Laws To Canadian Issuers, Merril Sobie Jan 1967

The Canadian Corporation And Wall Street: Application Of United States Securities Laws To Canadian Issuers, Merril Sobie

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The purpose of this article is to present the Canadian legal practitioner with a summary of those sections of American securities laws which are applicable to foreign issuers. Discussion, for the most part, will be limited to a brief outline of the more salient aspects of securities regulation; a complete presentation of any one feature would be impossible within the confines of a single article. Wherever possible, relevant authorities will be cited and counsel would be wise to examine their more detailed treatment. Moreover, though federal legislation in this area is not exclusive, discussion will be limited to the national ...