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Lexpert publishes Litigation special edition in Globe and Mail’s Report on Business

Lexpert published its special edition on Litigation in The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business magazine on November 28. This special Litigation edition includes the following feature articles: Suing for Privacy Violations: Most courts have been reluctant to award damages for privacy violations, but the tide may be turning Faster and Cheaper Litigation: The Supreme Court recently released a

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Lexpert publishes Energy special edition in Globe and Mail’s Report on Business

Lexpert published its special edition on Energy in The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business magazine on October 31. This special Energy edition includes the following feature articles: Foreign Investment: The federal government’s new rules on foreign investment may have caused a slowdown in foreign investment in 2013, but foreign state-owned enterprises have found new ways to do deals From

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Celebrating practice area excellence in the Legal Profession: Lexpert Zenith awards

Congratulations to the 2014 Lexpert Zenith award winners. The theme of this year’s awards was “Celebrating Today’s Leaders in Practice Excellence.” For a full list and description of the exceptional leading lawyer winners, see Lexpert’s October issue. The Awards were announced at a gala event in Toronto on October 2, 2014. The keynote speaker, John

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Lexpert publishes Infrastructure special edition in Globe and Mail’s Report on Business

Lexpert has just published its special edition on Infrastructure in The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business magazine. This special Infrastructure edition includes the following feature articles: Financing Infrastructure: Infrastructure financing is an attractive asset class for many institutional investors, and their appetite is not likely to fade anytime soon The Realities of P3s: Smaller local authorities are now

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Lexpert publishes Corporate Law special edition in Globe and Mail’s Report on Business

Lexpert has just published its special edition on Corporate Law in The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business. This special corporate edition includes the following feature articles: 1. Regulatory requirements: Pondering M&A? There’s an increasingly powerful player at the table: Canadian regulators 2. Start ups: As the new technology economy grows, law firms are also changing how

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Congratulations to the winners of the Dealmakers of 2013 awards

Congratulations to all of the winners of the Dealmakers of 2013 awards, awarded last night at a gala event jointly run by Lexpert, Deloitte, The Globe and Mail and Thomson Reuters (Financial) in Toronto. The Globe and Mail’s special section on Big Deals was published yesterday to coincide with the awards. See The Globe and Mail’s story on the event here (subscribers only). The Keynote speaker

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Congratulations to the winners of the Dealmakers of 2012 awards

Congratulations to all of the winners of the Dealmakers of 2012 awards, awarded last night at a gala event jointly run by Lexpert, Deloitte, The Globe and Mail and Thomson Reuters in Toronto. The Globe and Mail’s special section on Big Deals was published today to coincide with the awards. As the only program of its kind in

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New Interim Commissioner of Competition appointed after Aitken resignation

The federal government recently announced the appointment of John Pecman as the interim Commissioner of Competition for up to a one-year term. Pecman takes over from Melanie Aitken, who announced her resignation in June. Aitken is a well known personality who had a significant impact on the direction of the Competition Bureau. Aitken spoke at this

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New Dealmaker in the Oil Patch

John Brussa, partner and head of the tax department at Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP, will sit as an independent director of West Valley Energy Corp., a new investment firm that, according to a Globe and Mail story published on Wednesday, will be chasing conventional, tight oil plays in southern Alberta. The new player in

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Lawsuit against Chevron coming to Canada

According to a Globe and Mail report, lawyers for the Ecuadorean villagers who won an $18.3-billion (U.S.) judgment against Chevron Corp. in connection with oil pollution in the Amazon say their enforcement action launched in Canada last week is only their first move to target the company’s worldwide assets. Lead Ecuadorean lawyer, Pablo Fajardo, speaking

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