Watch partner Gillian Dingle cover some of the highlights from this issue.
A number of developments in U.S. securities regulation are noteworthy to some Canadian companies.
Clothing retailer J.Crew’s creative approach to refinancing its unsecured senior pay-in-kind (PIK) toggle notes has become a trap door for other companies looking to find value.
With other companies following J.Crew’s lead, lenders and lawyers alike began to take a hard look at the covenant structures in their credit facilities.
Read out team’s take on the what this means for leveraged finance.
Read our take on the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ruling which confirms the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act is valid federal legislation.
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Our lawyers unpack the new Bill C-97 which was introduced to implement measures announced in the 2019 federal budget.
Some of the measures affecting CBCA companies include codifying elements of the SCC’s decision in BCE; adding enforcement provisions to the new share register requirements and at, requiring companies to conduct a non-binding shareholder vote at annual meetings on the company’s approach to say-on-pay.
Get the details on the proposed changes here.
Partner Jim Hong discusses the Canadian Security Administrators’ proposed ban on deferred sales charges.
Torys continues to be recognized as a top-ranked firm in the 2019 edition of Chambers Global.
Read what the managing partner of our Legal Services Centre in Halifax says on artificial intelligence in due diligence.