Torys is pleased to report that the 2017 edition of Chambers Canada recognizes many of our lawyers as leaders in their fields.
InfraDeals’ league tables ranks Torys as the top firm in Canada for infrastructure and P3s year to date. Learn more about our leadership in this area.
Does “shaking on it” mean you can you still change your mind?
You signed a non-binding letter of intent. Weeks later, negotiations to finalize the deal have stalled, and you’re starting to lose interest in the transaction. Are you obliged to reach a definitive agreement even though your letter of intent says it is non-binding?
Get our M&A team's take on letters of intent in our latest Transaction Tip.
Michael Amm and Ian Arellano will be speaking on panels; learn more about this event.
Outbound M&A involving Canadian investment in U.S. energy companies is notably on the rise, with pension funds and other strategic investors leading the charge to the south.
Partner and co-head of our M&A Practice John Emanoilidis was sought by Bloomberg for his insight on what’s behind this growing trend.
Learn about how partner Sheila Block became the litigator she is today in this interview.
Read our team's analysis on the new Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations.
Torys is among 11 law firms in BTI Power Rankings 2016 recognized for not only being “go-to” firms for banking clients, but for being firms that those in the banking industry recommend most to their peers.
Torys is proud to sponsor FACL’s 10th Anniversary Conference and Gala and congratulates the association on this achievement.