Thierry Dorval releases second edition of governance book
July 25, 2012
Norton Rose Canada corporate law partner Thierry Dorval has just released the second edition of his book, Governance of Publicly Listed Corporations. The book provides a clear set of governing principles that will help boards of directors better understand and discharge their duties.
This second edition, published by LexisNexis, includes the latest legislative changes, court decisions, and other developments in corporate governance since the first edition, released in 2005. It provides various templates of charters, policies and position descriptions, which will be very useful to corporate directors and legal advisors.
Information on the book can be found at LexisNexis.
Thierry Dorval practises securities law and competition law. He acts in a wide range of transactions such as mergers, business acquisitions and dispositions. He is Chair of the firm's Governance and directors' liability team. He holds a bachelor's and a master's degree in law from Université Laval, an MBA from the University of Oxford and a doctorate in law from the University of Ottawa.
Norton Rose Canada helps clients improve their practices and overcome corporate governance challenges. The firm has been involved with virtually all legal aspects of the governance of public and private organizations.
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Peter Zvanitajs, senior public relations adviser (English press), Norton Rose Canada LLP
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Rebecca Geddes, senior public relations adviser (English press), Norton Rose Canada LLP
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Johanna Pardo, senior public relations adviser, Norton Rose Canada (Quebec and Latin America), Norton Rose Canada LLP
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