Concerns raised in oil patch, environmental law bar
Will the Whitehorse agreement on interprovincial trade turn out to be truly ‘groundbreaking’? Or will a constitutional reference at the Supreme Court of Canada come along that takes down provincial regimes?
Ruling overturns lower court decision requiring shareholder vote for acquiring company
Commercial real estate as a practice area has radically changed in recent years, as insatiable demand for downtown living ushers in a new wave of mixed-used developments.
Treaties drafted to protect Canadian investors from erratic regimes are now backfiring, as investors abroad, like Wind Mobile’s former Egyptian backer, take aim at Canada’s ‘cultural protectionism.’