Détails du Produit
L95556
Supplemented book + Online
$423 per supplement (3-5 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
1 volume looseleaf
3-Ring Binder
1996-04-01
Carswell

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Pension Benefits Law in Ontario (Print + ProView online)
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$624.00
Description
Pension Benefits Law in Ontario is an indispensable resource to the understanding and practice of pension law. It provides a comprehensive annotation of the Ontario Pension Benefits Act and related Regulations. Annotations consist of a discussion of relevant case law, cross-referencing of related regulations, and links to applicable Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) Policies and Forms. Copies of historical documents, including reciprocal agreements and FSCO forms, policies, information bulletins are also included on a DVD. The case law reviewed includes the decisions of the Financial Services Tribunal, plus reported and unreported cases of the trial and appellate courts of Canada. A table of cases and index are also provided. The Pension Benefits Act is a complex piece of legislation. The FSCO Bulletins, Guidelines and Policies further explain pension law. The union of all these resources in one work, together with comprehensive annotations, makes this a "must have" reference in day-to-day practice. Highlights include:
  • Annotated Pension Benefits Act, completely revised and updated with a new streamlined format, including URL references to policies and forms on FSCO's website
  • Annotated Regulation 909, completely revised and updated with a new streamlined format, including URL references
  • DVD containing a searchable, electronic archive of the forms, policies, information bulletins and other documents – You can find current pension-related documents on FSCO's website (URLs are referenced in the text).
  • Revised and updated index, table of cases and table of contents – to help you find relevant information faster
  • New 3-ring binder – consolidating 3 binders into one portable volume

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À propos de l'auteur

Andrea Boctor is a partner practicing in the Toronto office of Stikeman Elliott LLP and is head of the firm's National Pensions and Benefits Practice Group. Andrea advises clients in all areas of the firm's pensions and benefits practice. Andrea received her undergraduate degree and her LL.B. from Queen's University, and is recognized in Chambers Global, Chambers Canada and Lexpert for her expertise in pensions and benefits law. Andrea is the editor of Canadian Cases on Pensions and Benefits and is appointed to the Legal Advisory Committee of the Financial Services Tribunal. She writes and speaks extensively on pensions-related issues and is a guest lecturer on pension issues at the University of Toronto and Western University Law Schools and Osgoode Professional Development.

Mariana MacIntosh is a lawyer with over 10 years of experience practicing in the areas of pension, benefits and executive compensation. Mariana received her Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Philosophy from the University of Ottawa and her LL.B from the University of Western Ontario. Mariana began her legal career as a corporate lawyer with Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP, before becoming a pensions lawyer with Goodmans LLP. After several years of private practice, she became in-house counsel with the Royal Bank of Canada. Mariana is currently Senior Legal Counsel with the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board in Toronto, where she advises the Board on all matters relating to pension administration and governance.