Involvement in large M&A transactions, cross-border capabilities and a growing Calgary corporate practice contributed to the accolade.
The firm is pleased that leading M&A lawyer Guillaume Lavoie has joined our Montréal office as a partner.
The Supreme Court of Canada previously ruled that internet service providers are entitled to be reimbursed for their time spent sourcing information on customers’ internet usage. Rogers was awarded these costs, a number much higher than anticipated.
Partner Andrew Bernstein, lead counsel acting for Rogers, discusses what could be a “benchmark in deciding compensation levels” for ISPs.
Our lawyers review the latest.
The Québec Superior Court has ruled prohibiting the cultivation of cannabis for personal use as unconstitutional.
The much-anticipated ruling in Pioneer Corp v. Godfrey holds that umbrella purchasers can now be part of plaintiff classes in competition class actions arising out of price fixing allegations.
As plaintiff classes involved in competition class actions are likely to become larger, assessing harm in these claims is expected to become even more complex as they move toward trial and the damages of another group of claimants is considered.
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Take a dive into Canada’s regulatory and political environment and its impact on major pipeline development.
We have been named the firm of the year for energy law by Best Lawyers. Learn more about the win and our team’s leading work in the sector.
Partner Christopher Richter shares his thoughts on defining the practice areas of this newly regulated sector.