v. Deloitte: Implications for Auditor Responsibility, Governance and
Canadian Public Corporations
Monday, January 22, 2018
12 noon to 2:00pm (buffet lunch 12:00-12:30pm )
Rotman School of Management
Desautels Hall (2nd floor)
105 St. George Street
$49.95 / $39.95 plus HST per person for alumni of Rotman or UofT (fees include lunch and the discussion).
Registration required before noon on January 19, 2018. REGISTER HERE
Please join the Capital Markets Institute @ Rotman on Monday, January 22, 2018 for a panel discussion on Livent v. Deloitte: Implications for Auditor Responsibility, Governance and Canadian Public Corporations.
The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Livent v. Deloitte, released on December 20, 2017, explores questions relating to auditors’ responsibilities in cases where senior executives of a corporation have committed fraud. To whom do auditors owe a duty? What is the scope of this duty? What are the implications of the Supreme Court’s holding for governance within Canadian public corporations? Our panel of experts will review the case, the decision and its implications with prepared remarks, discussion and Q&A.
Jeremy Fraiberg, Osler LLP
Janet McFarland, Globe & Mail
Kim Shannon, Sionna Investment Managers & Board Member, CCGG
Alexander Dyck, Capital Markets Institute & Rotman School of Management
Moderator: Anita Anand, Capital Markets Institute & Faculty of Law UofT
Supreme Court of Canada Decision Deloitte & Touche v. Livent Inc.
Supreme Court says Livent auditors liable but sets conditions, Globe & Mail, Dec 20, 2017
Supreme Court of Canada Docket 36875 Deloitte v. Livent