We are delighted to announce that 85 of our lawyers have been recognized as leading practitioners across Canada.
Congratulations to partners Sheila Block, Trisha Jackson, Linda Plumpton and Sylvie Rodrigue.
U.S. courts are deferring to the business judgment of directors in M&A transactions that have been properly approved by shareholders. This deference is making it more difficult for disgruntled investors to advance post-closing damages claims.
The net effect? Declining M&A litigation in the U.S., and alignment with the Canadian courts’ approach to reviewing M&A transactions.
Read our M&A team’s take on this development.
Canada’s IPO market has made a decisive rebound in the first half of 2017. Learn the latest from our Capital Markets team.
With the enormous potential of blockchain technology to revolutionize how parties transact with one another, a lot of brainpower is being spent by entrepreneurs around the world to figure out what other problems it can solve. However, in order for blockchain technology to truly replace the status quo, among its many other obstacles, it has to be able to fit into the rules and practices of the modern economy.
Read the first in our technology team’s series on blockchain technology as a force of disruption in business and law.
We are pleased to report that our leading practice has been profiled in this year’s GCR 100.
Releases are a part of commercial life, but it is important to know what they cover and what they do not. Read the latest on how courts are treating releases from our appeals team.
The cycling event has raised funds for Camp Oochigeas, volunteer-based organization, for three consecutive years.
The Torys team cycled in the inaugural Indy Cycling Challenge, on July 13 to raise funds for PCC.