Category: International

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Chinese Companies Transacting in Canada — Deal’s Closed: Now What?

September 13, 2016

When Chinese and Canadian companies come together, whether it’s through a merger, joint venture or another arrangement where cultures will be meshed, tackling the cultural differences is critical. Culture isn’t about comparing the mission statement and vision of the two companies, which can often appear very similar; it is a sense that you share the same values.

Doing Business in Canada

September 9, 2016

Common Interest Privilege in Cross-Border Matters: Canada vs. U.S. Law

August 9, 2016

While many tenets concerning the protections afforded by privilege are similar in both Canada and the United States, there are key differences and treatment when it comes to settlement and common interest privilege, as some recent cases highlight. COMMON INTEREST PRIVILEGE IN CANADA Common interest privilege has been interpreted in Canada to apply to many communications providing the parties share…

Clause for Concern? Sandbagging Provisions in Canadian M&A

July 21, 2016

The use of express sandbagging language in M&A agreements (whether “pro” or “anti”), or the decision to remain silent, is commonly one of the most acrimonious issues faced by M&A practitioners in private acquisitions. The frequency of these provisions in Canadian M&A and the question of their enforceability are commonly discussed in light of evolving market practice and the historically limited guidance from…

Canadian LNG from a Global Perspective

June 28, 2016

The next several months are set to be an important period for Canada’s nascent liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry. After nearly half a decade of project announcements, commercial development, increasing press coverage and often intense political debate, it is expected that the remainder of 2016 could see one or more of the country’s first affirmative LNG final investment decisions.  

Attention All Canadians Who Own, Control U.K. Subsidiaries: U.K. Government Implements PSC Register

June 22, 2016

The U.K. government recently enacted amendments to the U.K. Companies Act 2006, which requires non-listed U.K. companies and limited liability partnerships to maintain and file a register of people with significant control (PSC) or influence over them with Companies House (PSC Register). As of April 6, 2016, U.K. companies were required to maintain a PSC Register and make it available…

Underwriters May Have Expertise But That Does Not Make Them “Experts”

April 28, 2016

In the LBP Holdings v. Allied Nevada Gold Corp. decision released on April 27, 2016, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice refused to allow the underwriters of a secondary public offering (SPO) to be added as defendants to a proposed statutory securities class action against the issuer in respect of statutory and unjust enrichment claims. Among other things, the plaintiff…

Legal Newsletter: Saudi and Global Competition Law

April 27, 2016

It is our pleasure to introduce to you our Legal Newsletter’s first issue of 2016, which focuses on Competition Law in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as well as global competition law, to keep our clients and readers abreast of the latest developments in the different areas of the law. Competition is an essential economic driver for any nation, as it contributes…

Legal Trends 2016: Tax

April 7, 2016

ONE | A NEW LIBERAL GOVERNMENT Elected in October 2015, Canada’s new Liberal government has proposed a tax platform featuring significant changes, including a four per cent increase (to 33 per cent) in the federal tax rate for individuals on income over C$200,000 and a 1.5 per cent drop in the middle-income tax rate. The new government has also pledged to limit the amount of…

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