Securities Litigation

Miller Thomson’s Securities Litigation Group defends individuals and companies in investigations and prosecutions of securities offences including fraud, insider trading, illegal distributions and trading without registration. As counsel with extensive experience on high profile cases, we understand how critical it is to work with our clients to mitigate business and reputational harm. Many of our lawyers are former Assistant Crown Attorneys and/or prosecutors with the OSC or other provincial securities regulators, IIROC and the MFDA. Our team develops strategies that successfully navigate parallel regulatory, criminal and civil proceedings including class actions and criminal charges in other jurisdictions, such as the United States and the United Kingdom.

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Emily Cole featured in Globe & Mail article

Read the article: OSC has failed to prove Sino-Forest founder committed fraud: lawyer

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Emily Cole quoted in Canadian Press article

Read the article: Don’t assume CEO of Sino-Forest knew everything going on in company: lawyer; Lawyer offers defence in OSC Sino-Forest case

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Emily Cole quoted in The Canadian Press article: “Lawyer offers defence in OSC Sino-Forest case”

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Emily Cole quoted in Wall Street Journal on Sino-Forest case

Read the article: “Canada Regulator Lays Out Fraud Case Against Sino-Forest“.

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Emily Cole quoted in Financial Post article

Read the article: Sino-Forest execs deny fraud, call OSC allegations a misinterpretation of Chinese business practices“

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Miller Thomson advises on USD 6 billion oil and gas merger

Miller Thomson, along with two American firms and a Canadian firm, are advising on a USD 6 billion oil and gas merger that will create the largest producer in North Dakota’s Bakken Shale formation. Gregory Smith, Kevin Sorochan, Lyne Gaulin,...

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Emily Cole quoted Globe & Mail on Sino-Forest litigation

Emily Cole is quoted in the Globe & Mail article titled “Judge urged to lift freeze on Sino-Forest litigation”. Click here to read the article.

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Emily Cole is quoted in the Globe & Mail article titled “OSC faces document quagmire in Sino-Forest investigation”.

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Emily Cole is quoted in the Law Times article titled “OSC sought conviction at all costs: Groia”.

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Emily Cole speaks at economic crime symposium.

“Economic Crime – Where does the buck stop?” is the 34th annual international economic crime symposium at Cambridge University.

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Donald Sorochan co-chairs the Conference Programme Committee of the joint conference of the ISRCL and the ICCLR on Globalization of Crime – Criminal Justice Responses.

His co-chair on the committee is Justice Anne Rowles of the B.C. Court of Appeal.  He also chairs a panel on international securities fraud at the conference. For more information, please visit the links below: Conference website International Society for...

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Emily Cole is judging the Corporate/Securities Law Moot in Toronto on March 6, 2010.

Emily Cole is judging the Corporate/Securities Law Moot in Toronto on March 6, 2010.

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New Harmonized Bid Amendments Proposal to be Published for Comment

On September 11, 2014, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the “CSA“) announced in CSA Notice 62-306 – Update on Proposed National Instrument 62-105 Security Holder Rights Plans and AMF Consultation Paper An Alternative Approach to Securities Regulators’ Intervention in Defensive Tactics (the...

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Cooperative Capital Markets Regulations – A Step Closer to National Securities Legislation

On September 8, 2014, the Department of Finance announced that the provinces of British Columbia, Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick as well as the federal government (the “Coalition”) entered into a Memorandum of Agreement that outlines the framework under which...

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Quebec’s Contribution to Canada’s G20 Commitments – New Rules Concerning Derivatives

Miller Thomson LLP

On November 14, 2013, the Quebec Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) published the final version of Regulation 91-506 respecting derivatives determination (Regulation 91-506) dealing with product determination and Regulation 91-507 respecting trade repositories and derivatives data reporting (Regulation 91-507) dealing with...

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Where the Buck Stops in Fraud Cases

Lawyers Weekly

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Uncertain Future for Class Fund

Lawyers Weekly

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Professor Take the Stand

Lawyers Weekly

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Rethinking Class Action Settlements

Lawyers Weekly

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Oppression Remedy: New Rules or Misunderstanding?

Corporate Brief, CCH, May 2003, 1-4

An analysis of the recent decision of the Québec Court of Appeal in Sulzer Medica v. Krela.

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Non-Traditional Claims for Privilege

The Advocates Quarterly

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Recent Developments in Canadian Securities Class-Action Law

(2010) 20:4 A.B.A Securities Litigation Journal 13

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