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By Rhonda Shirreff
As we explained in yesterday's post, the Bill 148 amendments to the ESA minimum standards will generally apply to unionized workplaces as of the effective date of the particular amendment.
By Sean Williamson
According to a recently published PwC report (the Report), Canadian mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity is booming.
By Sara Josselyn
M&A deals aren't easy to close. As we previously reported, due diligence typically increases the likelihood of a deal closing.
By Joe Bricker
In a recently released report, the Global Capital Confidence Barometer, EY suggests that M&A intentions in the global oil and gas sector are at an all-time high.
By Denise Gan
Overboarding is a hot button topic in the realm of corporate governance.
By Rowan Weaver
On November 14, 2017 the Reducing Regulatory Costs for Business Act, 2017 received royal assent.
By Tracey Kernahan
Key changes to the guidelines relate to director overboarding and gender diversity.
By Rhonda Shirreff
On November 27th The Ontario Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act 2017 (Bill 148) received Royal Assent and passed into law.
By Alan Harvie
The Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) has significantly tightened the eligibility requirements for individuals and companies to hold oil and gas licences and approvals.
By Linda Fuerst
The Yip v. HSBC Holdings plc saga has concluded with the granting of a costs award in the amount to $1,000,455.22 to the successful defendants following an unsuccessful motion by the representative plaintiff for certification and leave.
By Rhonda Shirreff
It is hard to imagine a question more pressing for Ontario employers of unionized employees.
By Sara Josselyn
As discussed in an earlier post, cross-border M&A deals are on the rise.
By Bradley Schneider, Marnie Lusis
In the past two weeks we have provided an overview of sandbagging in M&A transactions and discussed strategies that can be used when negotiating this clause. This week we will discuss how sandbagging clauses are used in several jurisdictions around the world.
By Kevin Ackhurst, D. Michael Brown, Danny Urquhart
In March, we reported that the Competition Bureau of Canada (Bureau) was soliciting comments on a draft bulletin concerning requests for disclosure by plaintiffs in follow-on competition law class actions.
By Linda Fuerst, Andrew McCoomb
This case represents the SEC's first fraud case for its Cyber Unit.
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