Mark Firman has joined Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP as a partner in the firm’s Pensions, Employment & Executive Compensation practice.
The Competition Bureau has new leadership and new priorities to ensure fairness in a digital world
An 80¢ dollar and the cannabis rush have lured investors to Canada from around the world.
Canada is an interesting option to US investors for a number of reasons, from cannabis to tax changes
Canadian lawyers act on Caster Semenya’s important case with the Olympic Committee
An Ontario judge finds that class counsel’s interest in a costs award had priority over General Motors of Canada’s interest as a secured creditor
As the canadian cannabis sector continues to grow, M&A lawyers have seen a rise in major deals, both nationally and internationally
In Toronto, Aaron Atkinson joined Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP as a partner
Canadian courts delivered a number of notable decisions that affected Canadian business in 2018, including the Federal Court of Appeal overturning Tsleil-Waututh Nation v. Canada (Attorney General)
This was a year in which lawyers superbly exercised the art of negotiation…and opened a new frontier…and set out to build a bridge
In Montréal, Michel Gélinas joined Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP as a partner
In-house counsel need to manage interests that sometimes overlap, sometimes collide
CANADA - Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec acquired an undisclosed minority stake in Plusgrade, a Montreal- based provider of revenue upgrade platform, for a total CAD 200 mil (USD 150.455 mil), ...
In the wake of the SCC trilogy that laid out a robust interpretation of the leave standard, there’s been a slowdown in the number of Canadian securities class actions.
‘Retail-tainment’ rises: Québec-based icons team up to offer Cirque du Soleil CREACTIVE in malls
JERSEY - Barrick Gold Corp (Barrick) of Canada agreed to merge with Randgold Resources Ltd (Randgold), a St Helier- based gold ore mine operator, for a total GBP 4.636 bil (USD 6.062 bil), in a stock ...
Until thresholds are clarified, Canadian companies shipping to US may be subject to local regimes
Despite the uncertainties of Brexit, and a new Premier in Ontario, Infrastructure lawyers say they are busy on projects and expect more ahead
"Buy America" rules and trade talks
Alberta’s complex and evolving emissions regime assesses facilities within its own sectors