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Recent Developments In ISDS Reform
Investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) is an important feature of investment treaties. ISDS, the procedural mechanism through which
Canada
12 Sep 2019
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Special Situations Team Publishes Article On Abusive Short Selling In Globe And Mail
Short-selling – a strategy where an investor bets that a company's shares will decline in price – plays an important role in our capital markets.
Canada
28 Jan 2019
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A Budding Investment – Food And Beverage Investment Opportunities And Strategic Partnerships In The Growing Cannabis Industry
In December of 2018, Health Canada introduced draft regulations governing the production and sale of additional cannabis products, namely edibles, extracts, and topicals (the Cannabis 2.0 regulations).
Canada
25 Jan 2019
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IIROC Seeks Public Comment On Proposed New Disciplinary Options
On February 22, 2018, the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) announced that it was launching a public consultation on two new disciplinary approaches...
Canada
5 Mar 2018
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The Effects Of Lower Oil Prices In 2015
A recent report by the Royal Bank of Canada reveals that lower oil prices may result in cuts to business investment in the oil and gas industry.
Canada
28 Jan 2015
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Outlook In Oil And Gas: Increasing Shareholder Activism In 2015
Industry professionals envision an increase in shareholder activism in light of falling prices and growing activist investor successes.
Canada
7 Jan 2015
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Canadian Protectionism? Political and Legal Considerations for Foreign Investment in Canada
Canada’s law governing foreign investment, the Investment Canada Act has come under increased scrutiny since the government’s review of BHP Billiton’s proposed acquisition of Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan in late 2010.
Canada
10 Aug 2011
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A New Threat For Structured Finance Transactions: Flip Clauses Enforceable?
A recent U.S. bankruptcy case has challenged the enforceability of a common structured finance provision and exposed many highly rated transactions to the risk of downgrade and default.
Canada
12 Mar 2010
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The Investment Canada Act: Paper Tiger No More
This year has seen several significant developments related to the "Investment Canada Act" (the Act). These include the enhancement of the enforcement powers of the Minister of Industry (the Minister) and the expansion of the Minister's power to now also review transactions on the grounds they may be injurious to Canada's national security.
Canada
4 Nov 2009
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Further Liberalization Of Foreign Investment Policy In India
The gradual liberalization and deregulation of the Indian foreign investment regime has generated significant interest among foreign investors, making India one of the fastest growing destinations for global foreign direct investment.
India
22 Jul 2009
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Further Liberalization Of Foreign Investment Policy In India
The gradual liberalization and deregulation of the Indian foreign investment regime has generated significant interest among foreign investors, making India one of the fastest growing destinations for global foreign direct investment.
India
16 Jul 2009
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Major Changes Made To Canada´s Competition And Foreign Investment Laws
On March 12, 2009, major changes to Canada’s Competition Act and Investment Canada Act came into effect upon passage of the most recent federal budget. Using the budget implementing legislation introduced in February, Canada’s ruling Conservative Party amended the Competition Act to create a new US-style merger review process, as well as a number of per se offences.
Canada
1 May 2009
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FINRA Proposes New Registration Category For Investment Bankers
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (FINRA) has proposed a new limited representative registration category for investment banking professionals doing business in the United States.
Canada
3 Apr 2009
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Quebec’s New Securities Transfer Legislation And Its Consequences For Secured Creditors
The adoption of the “Act respecting the transfer of securities and the establishment of security entitlements” (the “STA”) by Quebec’s National Assembly on June 18, 2008 is in line with a series of measures taken by legislators in a number of jurisdictions in an effort to make their laws reflect the reality of the “indirect holding system” for financial assets
Canada
15 Dec 2008
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Comprehensive Canada-EU Air Transport Agreement Concluded
On December 9, 2008, Canada and the European Union successfully concluded negotiations on a landmark Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement (“the Agreement”).
Canada
15 Dec 2008
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Changes In Store For Canada’s Competition And Investment Laws
In the recent Speech from the Throne on November 19, 2008, entitled “Protecting Canada’s Future”, the Canadian government outlined its plans to amend Canada’s competition and investment laws.
Canada
28 Nov 2008
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Canadian Government To Reconsider Foreign Investment Review Provisions Of The Investment Canada Act
The federal government has announced a plan to review the Investment Canada Act.
Canada
7 Aug 2007
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