Securities Law: National Instrument 31-103

September 26, 2011

Patrick Fitzgerald, a partner in the firm’s Halifax office and Chair of the Securities Law Subsection of the Canadian Bar Association (Nova Scotia), discusses National Instrument 31-103 and other securities law matters in a recent issue of The Bottom Line”

View Registration Package Gets New Tweaks, The Bottom Line, August 2011


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