Director’s Liability in Canada
Author: Jon F. Elliott, MPP, JD.
Due to legislative changes, directors of both for-profit and non-profit organizations can now be held personally liable for the actions of their organizations, putting them at risk for fines or even imprisonment. Directors’ Liability in Canada offers an extensive, thoroughly researched, authoritative analysis of the pertinent laws and precedents so that the risk of personal liability for directors and officers in Canada can be minimized.
Directors’ Liability in Canada is written for Directors/Trustees, Officers, Corporate Counsel, Secretary/Treasurer, Accountants/Controllers, Risk Managers and consultants of all private and public organizations in Canada and for those external organizations needing to do business in Canada.
- Bankruptcy law
- Corporate management
- Employment law
- Environment law
- Financial institutions
- Non-profit organizations
- Product liability and consumer protection law
- Schools and universities
- Securities law
- Covers federal law that is applicable in all provinces and provincial law for Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia