Lexpert has just published the US Cross-border Guide to the Leading Litigation Lawyers in Canada.
This Guide includes valuable information on Lexpert® peer-ranked lawyers, as well as journalist and law-ﬁrm written feature articles that keep American attorneys and in-house counsel current on critical legal issues.
It is distributed to more than 15,000 US senior in-house counsel and 10,000 lawyers in major US markets.
The topics of the articles in this year’s Guide include:
- Canada’s Appeal for Class Actions: Canada is increasingly seen as the jurisdiction of choice for cross-border class actions
- A Shift in Competition Enforcement: The Competition Bureau has changed its approach and this is getting positive reviews from the business community in Canada
- Big Changes in Trademark Law: Upcoming amendments to theTrade-marks Act will mean significant changes, and uncertainty, for businesses operating in Canada
- A Divergence in Securities Enforcement: Canadian securities regulators have diverged from their US counterparts in recent initiatives
- Ontario’s Courts Trending Toward Limiting International Class Actions by Margaret L. Waddell, Paliare Roland Rosenberg Rothstein LLP
- Another Sea Change for Global Litigation in Canadian Courts: Indirect Purchasers receive Green Light For AntiTrust Class Actions from the Supreme Court of Canada by H. Scott Fairley, Nikiforos Iatrou and Bronwyn Roe, weirfoulds LLP
- The Role of the Monitor and Its Impact on US Restructuringsby Denis Ferland and Christian Lachance, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP