Eve & Co Incorporated completed a bought deal private placement of 20,900,000 special warrants at a price of $0.50 per special warrant for aggregate gross proceeds of $10,450,000.
Veridian Corporation and Whitby Hydro Energy Corporation amalgamated to form Elexicon Corporation, and their subsidiaries amalgamated to form a single regulated electricity distribution subsidiary, ...
Technology aimed at lawyers continues to change the way law is practised, as those with deep subject-matter expertise recognize there’s a better way to serve clients
Zale Skolnik joined Aird & Berlis LLP as an associate in Toronto
Aird & Berlis LLP in Toronto has four new partners: Neill Kalvin, Adria Leung Lim, Maggie Bassani and Kathryn Esaw
Canada has the majority of the world’s mining companies, and they have to deal with federal and provincial jurisdictions
In Toronto, Steve Tenai is now a partner at Aird & Berlis LLP
Capital markets are expected to take notice of Canada as global energy-storage market booms
Lawyers know there’s no such thing as perfect legal harmony, but recent decisions by Canadian courts and tribunals may come as a shock.
Global law firms may offer a “one-stop shop,” but when it comes to international coverage, law firm network referrals are offering the independents competition.
Canadian Business Growth Fund will invest up to $1 billion in equity in SMEs over the next decade
After the disappointing jurisprudential results experienced by Canadian business in 2015, the landscape more than evened out this past year — which is not to say that Canadian appellate courts ...
BCE Inc.’s peremptory announcement, that it will sell about one-third of MTS’s and Bell’s Manitoba wireless subscribers to Telus Corp. if the company’s proposed $3.9 billion acquisition of Manitoba ...
Business culture, human rights concerns and relationship nuances are just a few of the myriad considera-tions in-house counsel must look at when their companies are thinking of expanding globally
A recent review of securities disclosure by the Ontario Securities Commission takes an unusually sympathetic tone for capital-starved mining companies