Gibson Energy reached financial close of the implementation of its medium term note program and its initial C$500m issuance of MTNs
Partner at Torys LLP Linda Plumpton has been invited to become a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers
Matt Cockburn will become managing partner at Torys LLP on April 1, 2020
Canadian infrastructure projects attract international investors, as the market shifts from facilities and roads toward transportation and transit projects
The government has created a new economic development strategy that focuses on rural Canada, as well as a connectivity strategy that provides high-speed access for all Canadians
The USMCA, which is yet to be ratified, would affect several significant aspects of Canadian copyright, patent and trademark law and practice
Great-West Lifeco Inc., a subsidiary of Power Financial Corporation, itself a subsidiary of Power Corporation of Canada, successfully closed a substantial issuer bid to purchase $2 billion of its ...
Understanding employee rights and employer obligations post-legalization
Between the USMCA, the updated Patent Act and the newly written Trademarks Act, lots has changed
It’s easier than it was, but differences between Canada and the US still pose challenges
US - Brookfield Asset Management Inc. (BAM) of Canada has definitively agreed to acquire a 65.562% majority interest or 88.564 mil class A and class B common shares in Oaktree Capital Group LLC, a ...
A large number of Private Equity funds are in the latter part of their life cycles. That’s a lot of dry powder sitting around in search of the right opportunities
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
Nemaska Lithium’s $1.1-billion financing required a ‘staggering’ number of agreements
CANADA - KKR & Co. Inc. of the US (KKR) agreed to acquire the assets of SemCAMS ULC (SemCAMS), a Calgary-based producer of crude petroleum and natural gas, ultimately owned by SemGroup Corp ...
Firms are learning to adapt and prosper in the age of Artificial Intelligence
Plans for CEO succession often leave out death and disaster
Special purpose acquisition corporations, or SPACs, have evolved in Canada, as legal advisors experiment with creative uses for the investment vehicle
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
Federal Court invalidates a patent for a well-known system of fracturing