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By John Terry, Andrew Bernstein, Nick Kennedy
The Constitution Act, 1867 has suddenly become a hot topic in a range of industries across Canada. In R. v. Comeau, a unanimous decision ...
By Andrew Bernstein
Partner and Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice head Andrew Bernstein has co-authored a piece for the Globe and Mail on federalism in the wake of some significant national issues...
By Benjamin Geva
An internal report submitted in March to the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI) of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), presents an initial analysis of Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).
By Lisa Talbot, Linda Plumpton, Sarah E. Whitmore
In the third installment of our series on class actions, we examine the nascent state of sexual harassment and discrimination class actions in Canada.
By Guy Berman, Laurie Duke, Stefan Stauder, Sophia Tolias
Every year, Torys conducts a review of private M&A deal terms in transactions we have advised on. In this latest report, we analyze the state of the Canadian M&A market ...
By Andrew Bernstein
Federalism is rarely considered a sexy topic, but in 2018 it will play a key role in the development and growth of some important Canadian industries, such as cannabis and hydrocarbons.
By Cheryl Reicin, Shane Thomas
The Canadian cannabis industry is in a speed race to the start line. The early entrants have enjoyed the first mover advantage and benefits of a fast growing field (no pun intended) with large capital inflows.
By Frank Iacobucci, Michael Fortier, Valerie Helbronner, John Terry
Proponents seeking to develop large energy, infrastructure, and mining projects in Canada face significant uncertainty regarding the future requirements for engaging with Indigenous peoples.
By John Emanoilidis, Andrew Gray, Sophia Tolias
In their first decision to consider Canada's new takeover bid rules, securities regulators have signaled that they are reluctant to make piecemeal changes to the bid regime, providing clarity...
By John Terry, Myriam Seers, Nick Kennedy, Nic Wall
An informal eighth round of negotiations regarding the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) took place in Washington D.C. the week of April 9
By Blair Keefe, Eli Monas
Finally, the financial institutions will have new powers to engage in any activity that relates to the provision of financial services by the financial institution and its affiliates.
By Michael Fortier, Dennis Mahony, Tyson Dyck
If the federal government's proposed Impact Assessment Act is enacted substantially in its current form (which is expected), proponents of large energy, infrastructure and mining projects caught by the IAA ...
By Linda Plumpton, Lisa Talbot, Rima Ramchandani, Rebecca Wise, Shalom Cumbo-Steinmetz
The #MeToo movement has led to an explosion of sexual harassment revelations in recent months.
By Molly Reynolds, Rachel Ho
The Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data (CLOUD) Act was enacted as part of the Omnibus Spending Bill signed by President Donald Trump on March 23.
By Simon Knowling, Michael Zackheim
Canada's securities regulators have published a staff notice discussing the quality of disclosure by real estate reporting issuers, focusing on distribution disclosure and non-GAAP financial measures.
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