Lexpert Headlines in the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business

  • Plaintiffs seeking leave to file secondary-market securities class actions in Canada will face a steeper incline than they have in the past. For this, they can thank the Supreme Court of Canada’s December decisions in a trilogy of securities class ...
  • The very economic conditions that do not bode well for large sectors of the Canadian economy could prove to be a catalyst for asset-based lending.
  • After decades of jurisprudence about the Charter’s guarantee of freedom of association, last year’s SCC labour trilogy of decisions enshrined the right to strike as an “indispensable component” of collective bargaining
  • Its shares riding high, Concordia Healthcare was ready to snag UK-based pharma-corp Amdipharm Mercury last September. Then, two weeks after announcement, the deal faced headwinds as The New York Times alleged pricing abuses in the sector. Hillary ...
  • In tough legal market, new clients are to be mined in relocating US head offices