We are delighted to announce that 85 of our lawyers have been recognized as leading practitioners across Canada.
Republican lawmakers aim to dramatically reduce U.S. federal corporate income tax rates. To help pay for this reduction, Republicans have conceived a controversial new U.S. import tax, sometimes called the “border-adjusted tax” (BAT).
Taxing imports has a deceptive simplicity. Still, some commentators say the BAT could raise enormous revenue without unduly burdening U.S. businesses. Read our New York tax team’s take on this issue.
The recent increase in IPOs has stirred plenty of discussion around whether the upward trend is likely to continue.
While AI has the potential to increase our productivity and quality of life, quietly making its way into many aspects of daily life, from depositing cheques through your phone to curated and targeted advertisements on social media platforms. Despite the rapid growth of AI in everyday life, our understanding of it and its legal implications have lagged behind.
Learn more about AI from our technology team who provide a run-down of the basics of AI and an exploration of its application in practice.
We are pleased to report that our leading practice has been profiled in this year’s GCR 100.
The Redwater Appeal marks another chapter in the saga between regulators, lenders, operators, receivers and trustees operating in Alberta. Read our analysis of this decision.
Torys is among 11 law firms that BTI Power Rankings 2016 recognized as a “go-to” firms for banking clients and as a firm the banking industry recommends most to their peers.
We are proud supporters of this year’s Women of Distinction Awards, an important event that pays tribute to women making a difference.