Lexpert published its US/Canada Cross-Border Guide – Corporate on June 9. Click here
to view the digital edition.
The Lexpert Guide to the Leading US/Canada Cross-Border Corporate Lawyers in Canada
(the Lexpert US/Canada Cross-Border Guide – Corporate
) profiles peer-ranked lawyers in the following practice areas: Asset-Based Lending, Banking and Finance, Competition/Anti-Trust, Corporate Finance and Securities, Corporate Tax, Energy, Insolvency & Financial Restructuring, M&A, Mining Law, Technology Transfers, Commodity Tax/Customs, Franchising and Project Finance.
In addition to information on Lexpert-ranked lawyers, the Lexpert US/Canada Cross-Border Guide – Corporate
identifies “Corporate Lawyers to Watch” — winners and finalists in the previous year’s Lexpert Rising Stars: Leading Lawyers Under 40 Awards
The publication also features the following journalist and law-firm authored articles geared to keeping attorneys and in-house counsel in the US informed of relevant business litigation issues in Canada.
US franchisors moving into Canada face challenges, including language, disclosure and provincial statutes, as well as a recent court decision expanding the interpretation of what it means to be a party to a franchise agreement.
Framework of Opportunity
Canada’s new framework on clean growth and climate change is designed to stimulate the economy and fulfill pledges to reduce emissions and adapt to climate-change issues.
Open Doors to Investment
New developments emphasize the Canadian government’s interest in easing the way for foreign investors.
The future of US-Canada cross-border trade remains uncertain, but both economies are well integrated, and there’s increasingly unified political action and lobbying by businesses on either side of the border.