Elizabeth Maishlish is Legal Counsel with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO). The AGCO is responsible for regulating Ontario’s alcohol, gaming, horse racing and cannabis retail stores in accordance with the principles of honesty and integrity, in the public interest.
Elizabeth has a wealth of experience in administrative law and regulatory policy, gained while acting as in-house counsel with regulatory agencies and authorities in both Ontario and Alberta. Prior to joining the AGCO, Elizabeth spearheaded several initiatives to implement new compliance and regulatory tools to protect the public interest in the automotive industry and the bereavement sector. She also has over a decade of experience representing regulatory agencies and authorities in court and before administrative tribunals. In 2016, Elizabeth was a recipient of the Auto Remarketing Canada Remarketing Under 40 award for her work in support of consumer rights and fair market competition. She is licensed to practice law in both Ontario and Alberta.
Corporate Brief - August 2020 No. 312
HOW TO REDUCE EXPOSURE ASSOCIATED WITH PANDEMIC-RELATED CORPORATE MISCONDUCT:
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Business Interruption Policies
This practice note, Business Interruption Policies, discusses the availability and use of business interruption policies, which may be used to provide compensation for the business' loss of pre-tax income and continuing expenses during the loss period. It sets out the different types, or forms, of business interruption insurance available, specifically the three most common policies including the Gross Earnings Form; the Profits Form; and the Business Income Form.
Legal Risk Management
This Practice Note, Legal Risk Management, aims to help identify and measure legal risks faced by organizations. It provides guidance on using risk management matrices and cost/benefit analysis to classify the level of risk; communicating the levels of risk to the business; and managing risk using playbooks and impact assessments.
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