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Profiting From Risk Management and Compliance (formerly Regulatory and Corporate Liability: From Due Diligence to Risk Management) -Print + ProView online
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An important perspective on the liability of organizations

Gain important perspectives in the field of white-collar compliance including analysis of the new regime for deferred prosecution agreements which are at the vortex of the SNC-Lavalin affair. This text combines user-friendly risk management matrix diagrams and flow charts with analysis from various perspectives on risk by leading academics.

There are new chapters on the following topics:

  • Deferred prosecution agreements, immunity and leniency: permissible and prohibited routes
  • Compliance: Behavioral theory, gender and diversity
  • Governance and the best interests of the corporation in a global context
  • Competition Act offences, violations and efficiency
  • Insider trading and securities offences
  • Environmental offences
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • Compliance systems and operational change
  • Internal investigations

Topics include foreign corruption, insider trading, price fixing, deceptive marketing, fraud and sexual assault in the workplace. The central thesis of Profiting from Risk Management and Compliance is that higher risk control and better governance leads to higher rewards financially.


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About the Author

The Honourable Mr. Justice Todd Archibald was appointed to the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario in 1999. He was co-director of the Osgoode Hall Law School Part-time LL.M. program in civil litigation. He is a member of the Adjunct Faculty at Osgoode where he teaches the Corporate and Financial Crime and Compliance course in the LL.M. program in Criminal Law as well as advanced evidence and advanced trial advocacy. Before his appointment, he was a partner at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (as it is now known) where he practised civil and criminal litigation. He has written numerous articles on civil, criminal, and environmental law matters. The Hon. Justice Archibald is also the co-editor of Annual Review of Civil Litigation. He was awarded the 2015 David Walter Mundell Medal for his contribution to legal writing.

Kenneth E. Jull, B.A., LL.B., LL.M. practises in the area of litigation and compliance at Gardiner Roberts LLP, and recently completed a two-year interchange with the Competition Bureau Legal Services as General Counsel. Mr. Jull was co-director of the Osgoode Hall Law School Part-time LL.M. program in civil litigation and currently teaches the Corporate and Financial Crime and Compliance course in the LL.M. program in Criminal Law at Osgoode as well as advanced evidence and advanced trial advocacy.  He also teaches financial crimes and compliance at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law.