Torys is proud to have the firm recognized among the top-ranked firms and individuals in the Chambers Canada’s 2018 edition.
Why a “wait and see approach” may be needed when it comes to derivatives contracts in the short term.
The Republicans’ 9-page framework outlining proposed changes to the U.S. tax code is the most significant step toward tax reform since the administration took office.
Some of the proposals in the overhaul may be relevant to non-U.S. corporations that invest in the United States.
Among the changes announced is a reduction of the federal corporate tax rate, limitation of the deduction for net interest expense by C corporations, and a new tax rate on business income earned through pass-through entities.
Read our New York tax team’s analysis of the proposed U.S. tax framework.
How do you handle sensitive information during an M&A transaction? Learn more from our M&A team.
The tech world is focused on speedy innovation – a mindset which collides with the approach of regulators and governments. As advances in artificial intelligence move ahead at full speed, safety risks, privacy breaches and questions of liability become more prevalent.
By using self-driving cars to illustrate the risks of fast-moving AI, partner Joel Ramsey discusses how regulators must not merely keep pace with innovation, but get ahead of it.
Read Joel’s article on the risks of AI and what Canada should be doing about it – now.
Torys is happy to celebrate the second annual Amica Helping Hands fundraising dinner, which benefits seniors in need.
Torys participated in the annual Take Our Kids To Work Day showing Grade 9 students how the legal and administration sides at Torys are run.
We are happy to have supported the annual fundraising and networking event in support of SickKids Hospital, for a sixth consecutive year.