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Year called to bar: 2001 (AB)
Anu Nijhawan’s practice encompasses all aspects of income tax issues related to international structures for Canadian-based multinational corporations, on investments by non-residents in Canada, and on structuring cross-border acquisitions, divestitures, financings, and derivative transactions. A significant component of Anu's tax practice is devoted to structuring tax-effective employee and executive compensation programs, including cross-border and domestic stock option plans, phantom unit plans and employee stock purchase trusts. She is continuously recognized as a leading corporate tax lawyer in national and international publications, including Best Lawyers in Canada, Canada Legal Lexpert Directory, Chambers Canada, International Tax Review's Women in Tax Leaders, and Lexology/ILO Client Choice Awards. She serves on the Joint Committee on Taxation. Anu is a former Governor of the Canadian Tax Foundation and was the Chair of the Foundation's Conferences Committee. She also serves on Council for the Canadian branch of the International Fiscal Association and is a past Chair of the Canadian Bar Association's Southern Alberta Taxation Specialists section. She is a member of the firm's Partnership Board.
Canadian Utilities Limited, Quanta Services, Inc. and Innovative Emergency Management was selected as the successful proponent and LUMA Energy, LLC and LUMA Energy ServCo, LLC entered into the Operation and Maintenance Agreement with each of the P3A and The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority
On January 6, 2017, DirectCash Payments Inc. (“DirectCash”) completed an arrangement under the Business Corporations Act (Alberta) involving Cardtronics plc (“Cardtronics”) in which an affiliate of Cardtronics acquired all of the issued and outstanding common shares of DirectCash for cash consideration of $19.00 per common share. Together with the repayment of DirectCash’s third party indebtedness (including the redemption of all of the issued and outstanding ...
On June 1, 2016, pursuant to an agreement and plan of merger dated January 18, 2016, (the “Merger Agreement”) between Waste Connections, Inc. (formerly known as Progressive Waste Solutions Ltd. (“Progressive Waste”)), Water Merger Sub LLC (“Merger Sub”) and Waste Connections US, Inc. (formerly known as Waste Connections, Inc.) (“Old Waste Connections”), Merger Sub merged with and into Old Waste Connections (the “Merger”), with Old Waste Connections surviving the Merger as a wholly owned subsidiary of Progressive Waste.
Veresen Inc. completed a public offering of 56,120,000 subscription receipts for aggregate gross proceeds of approximately $920 million. The net proceeds of the offering will be used to partially fund the acquisition by Veresen, through an indirect wholly owned subsidiary, of the 50 per cent convertible preferred interest owned by Global Infrastructure Partners in the Ruby pipeline system for US$1.425 billion.