Panel 6. Achieving Efficient and Effective Settlements Under the OSC's New No-Contest Settlement Scheme
This panel explores what makes an effective and efficient no-contest settlement and to what extent they further the public interest and/or aid in investor recovery and whether investor recovery is a goal of enforcement settlements. This panel discusses what Canada can learn from the American experience with no-contest settlements in practice. This panel also explores the nascent Ontario experience with no-contest settlements and speak to whether they should be adopted elsewhere in Canada.
Anand, Anita I.; Anisman, Phillip; Cohen, Stephen L.; and Gorman, Kelly, "Panel 6. Achieving Efficient and Effective Settlements Under the OSC's New No-Contest Settlement Scheme" (2015). Public & Private Securities Enforcement: Securing Recovery for Harmed Investors. 6.
CHAIR: Mary G. Condon, Professor of Law, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.