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Canadian M&A Law

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U.S. and Canadian Law: Six Key Differences for Investors

Posted in Competition / Foreign Investment, Cross-Border M&A, Employment and Pension Issues, Securities Law, Tax Issues

While Canada’s legal environment will feel familiar to companies and counsel from the U.S., Europe and Commonwealth countries, there are some significant points of distinction. In this article, Samantha Horn and Kaleb Honsberger of Stikeman Elliott’s M&A Group consider six …

Canadian M&A in 2013

Posted in Competition / Foreign Investment, Controlled Auctions, Cross-Border M&A, Defensive Tactics, Employment and Pension Issues, Marketplace Trends, Negotiated Transactions, Private Equity, Securities Law, Shareholder Rights, Take-Over Bids / Tender Offers, Tax Issues

In the first of a two-part series looking at the state of M&A law in Canada, members of Stikeman Elliott’s national M&A group discuss 2013’s top issues and trends from a variety of perspectives. Part One begins with an overview …