Lang Michener Securities Brief Fall 2008


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In This Issue

In this issue Paul Collins and Stephen White introduce the new executive compensation disclosure rules coming into effect at the end of the year. Christos Gazeas has contributed three separate articles that discuss management cease trade orders, filing material contracts and a policy relating to the defence for misrepresentations in forward looking information. Daniel Dex and Tom Hakemi look at the recent SEC ban on naked short selling. John Conway tackles changes to financial reporting. Karim Lalani discusses recent SEC amendments for foreign private issuers. Barbara Collins introduces new TSX rules relating to special purpose acquisition companies.

We also introduce you to five new members of the Lang Michener securities team and bring you up-to-date on some of the firms activities.

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