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), ...
A recent landmark tax court decision cuts to the heart of what constitutes a financial service and potentially impacts every Canadian bank and credit union that issues a credit card under its name.
Alberta awards US$1.06 billion to Dow Chemical Canada in its suit against NOVA Chemicals
Firms are learning to adapt and prosper in the age of Artificial Intelligence
With new private partners aboard, GFL Environmental continues its ‘ambitious’ plans
Clients are hoping for a clear process to come out of the changes in Bill C-69
Stagnant oil prices, transportation bottleneck and hike in US production all point to a subdued year in Oil & Gas sector
In a complex business world, lawyers must get better at understanding their clients’ needs from an interdisciplinary perspective
It’s not often that a handfuL of Canadian stocks get the attention of Barron’s, the venerable newspaper that, for the most part, covers US financial information and market developments.
Lawyers are advising their clients to look at new markets on both the supply and demand ends
CANADA - South32 Ltd. of Australia agreed to acquire the remaining 83% interest or 259.924 mil common shares, which it did not already own, in Arizona Mining Inc, a Vancouver-based silver ore mine ...
Confederation isn’t easy when it comes to drawing together Provincial, Territorial and Federal carbon tax proposals
Are the NAFTA talks chilling M&A activity? Not at all, according to deal lawyers, who say acquirers are taking advantage of plentiful liquidity and a tax-cut windfall
AI isn’t coming to law. It’s already here — and in a big way — as law firms augment their corporate legal services to exploit heretofore unheard-of efficiencies
Horner is not very retiring, even if he has retired from Osler after 30 years. Here, he reflects on the practice of M&A law, and projects on its future
As certain provinces raise the minimum wage, franchisees cancel paid breaks for their employees and turn to franchisors for some kind of contribution or adjustment
A company’s first in-house counsel is faced with a daunting proposition. He or she must be able to quickly absorb the corporate culture, while holding the line on risky business
After years in the doldrums, IPOs last year staged a comeback. But as business owners start to weigh their prospects, legal advisors warn that the ordeal of a public offering is not for everyone
With the recent US tax law reform, rules for how Canadian capital is invested there may change
CANADA - Motorola Solutions Inc of the US definitively agreed to acquire the entire share capital of Avigilon Corp, a Vancouver-based manufacturer of HD surveillance systems, for CAD 27 (USD 21.928) ...