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By James Reid, Jennifer Prieto
Could your company's next tweet or post violate Canadian securities rules? The answer may be yes...
By R. Ian Crosbie, Marie-Emmanuelle Vaillancourt, Elie Roth, Raj Juneja, Michael Kandev, Christopher Anderson, Sharon Ford
The Liberal government's second budget (Budget 2017) comes during a period of exceptional global political and economic uncertainty.
By Justin Vineberg, Elliot Greenstone, Vanessa Pendenza
On February 22, 2017, Bill 791: An Act to amend the Consumer Protection Act in order to regulate rewards program contracts (Proposed Amendment) was introduced as a private member's bill...
By Marie-Emmanuelle Vaillancourt, Héléna Gagné
Le 21 février dernier, le ministère des Finances du Québec a publié le bulletin d'information 2017-3 annonçant des mesures fiscales visant...
By Scott Fisher
The SEC required these foreign private issuers to begin their submissions at the end of a three-year phase-in period.
By J. Alexander Moore, Patricia Olasker, William Ainley
This statement is more emphatic and more widely applicable than we would have expected was called for by the Yukon Court of Appeal's decision.
By Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg
An informative reference for foreign and domestic acquirers, targets, investment banks, shareholders and others, Davies'Canadian Mergers & Acquisitions guide has been fully updated for 2017.
By Jeffrey Nadler, Scott Fisher, Paul Watkins, Nir Servatka, Jennifer Liu, Rachel Charney
The SEC had a busy rulemaking year in 2016. As part of its Disclosure Effectiveness Initiative launched at the end of 2013, the SEC continued to propose and adopt rules...
By Heath Martin
This presentation discusses the far-reaching aspects of the new partnership audit rules provided by the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 and how this legislation will affect the formation...
By Alysha Manji-Knight
Most favored nation ("MFN") clauses in vertical agreements are essentially arrangements between buyers and sellers, pursuant to which one party guarantees that the other will receive the best price...
By George Addy, John Bodrug, Charles Tingley, Jim Dinning, David Feldman
In our annual forecast of the year ahead for Canadian competition and foreign investment review law...
By Nathan Boidman, Peter Glicklich, R. Ian Crosbie, Brian Bloom, Marie-Emmanuelle Vaillancourt, Gregg M. Benson, Raj Juneja, Michael Kandev, Heath Martin, Sharon Ford
The year 2016 was eventful from a Canadian tax perspective, with the current Liberal government introducing its first federal budget and important judicial developments...
By Peter Glicklich, Gregg M. Benson
Family wealth and business planning often gives rise to structures that come with burdensome reporting obligations for minority US shareholders.
By Maureen Littlejohn, Anthony Alexander
The doctrine of "common interest privilege" ensures that a document or communication that is already protected by solicitor-client or litigation privilege does not lose that protection...
By Mark Katz
The HR Guidelines focus attention on an area that is not typically regarded as an antitrust "hot spot" but has been the subject of several high-profile proceedings in recent years in the United States.
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