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Focus On Project Finance, From Canadian Power: Key Developments In 2015/Trends To Watch For In 2016
The National Power Group at McCarthy Tétrault LLP recently released Canadian Power: Key Developments in 2015 /Trends to Watch for in 2016.
1 Mar 2016
LRP: Update On The Large Renewable Procurement
The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) has extended the posting date of the final LRP documents to March 3, 2015.
11 Feb 2015
Canadian LNG Projects: Key Development And Financing Issues
North America is experiencing tremendous gas supply realignment. In 2000, Canada exported 3.5 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of gas to the United States.
27 Jan 2015
Lesson For Companies Aquiring Financing: Tort For Breach Of Confidence Cannot Be Modified By Confidentiality Agreement
The recent case Scott & Associates Engineering Ltd. v. Finavera Renewables Inc.1 serves as a warning to many companies, in particular, technology companies that share commercially sensitive information with a perceived partner to secure the necessary funds or financing.
29 Aug 2013
The Swagger Decision: An End To Liability Insurance Coverage For General Contractors?
A central aspect of construction litigation is insurance coverage for the key players such as the general contractor. This is important both for the general contractor as a defendant—as without insurance it may have insufficient assets to pay for the defence costs of the litigation and to settle the claim or pay a judgment.
25 Oct 2006
Key Legal Considerations For American Tech Companies Doing Business In Canada
Canada’s technology market can be very attractive to American tech companies. Whether you are considering buying a Canadian tech company or licensing your software and other technology to Canadian users, you need to understand that there are numerous legal differences between Canada and the U.S. that will impact your deal.
18 Oct 2006
So You Want to Buy a High Tech Company: The Essentials of High Tech M&A
So you want to buy a high tech company. Well, papering the legals for a high tech deal presents a number of challenges beyond those that exist in any asset or share purchase transaction. The significant additional dimension is speed - high tech M&A happens in Internet time, at a very fast pace. And yet, there is still much legal work to be done on such a deal. So herewith some suggestions if you are contemplating acquiring a software or some other high tech company, or a "traditional" compan
20 Jul 2006
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