Despite trade uncertainty, John Emanoilidis says the U.S. remains an attractive destination for outbound Canadian investment activity.
Read our partner’s perspective on what the tensions between Canada and China mean for inbound investment.
As artificial intelligence continues to automate jobs previously completed by people, the transition from man to machine does not necessarily mean layoffs are imminent as employers to shift workers into new roles.
Our lawyers discuss how the potential legal consequences of transitioning existing employees into new roles and how, if handled improperly, one such outcome could be a claim for constructive dismissal by an employee as a result of this transition.
Torys' New York office has welcomed its new Managing Partner David Chaikof who joins from the Toronto office.
In this piece, two of our class actions litigators dissect some of the cases heard in 2018 by the Supreme Court and others courts of appeals and discuss the impact they may have in 2019, both on class action procedure and various areas of law.
The article touches on a range of issues, from competition law to expert evidence to asking whether class actions are viable vehicles for discrimination claims.
Long-term Canadian expats can now vote in Canadian federal elections thanks to an SCC decision. Andrew Bernstein spoke with media about the ramifications of the decision.
Read our partner’s predictions on deal volume and industries for 2019.
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