Budget_Briefing_2015 Legal-Year-in-Review-2014-E Homepage-DBIC-2014-E

Blogs

Managing Class Actions for Success Part 1: Blueprinting to Define and Achieve Success

Managing Class Actions for Success Part 1: Blueprinting to Define and Achieve Success

Our Canadian Class Action Defence blog has launched a new multi-part series discussing how the principles of project management can be applied to the defence of a class action. In the first post, we address the advantages of employing a clearly defined “blueprinting” phase to define and achieve success.

Read more.

News & Media

Loosening foreign takeover rules may benefit mining and energy sectors

Loosening foreign takeover rules may benefit mining and energy sectors

The Canadian government has made it easier for foreigners to now invest in Canadian companies. Osler’s Peter Glossop joins BNN to explain why Canadian energy and metal companies could benefit the most.

Read more.

News & Media

What to know about the new Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act

What to know about the new Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act

In a Q&A with Alberta Oil, Osler’s Terri-Lee Oleniuk explains how the new Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act will affect relationships between First Nations and the energy sector.

Read more.

News & Media

Harper takeover rules boon for Canadian resource firms

Harper takeover rules boon for Canadian resource firms

Speaking with Bloomberg, partner Peter Glossop discusses what the recent amendments to Canada’s takeover rules mean for Canadian energy companies and foreign investors. The new regulations came into effect on April 24, 2015.

Read more.

Publications & Resources

SEC Proposes Pay-Versus-Performance Disclosure Rules

SEC Proposes Pay-Versus-Performance Disclosure Rules

The Securities and Exchange Commission recently proposed the long-awaited pay-for-performance rules that would require most U.S. public companies to disclose the relationship between compensation “actually paid” to the company’s named executive officers and the company’s “financial performance.”

Read more.

Publications & Resources

Say on Pay Votes Come Back in a Big Way: Three Failed Votes in One Week

Say on Pay Votes Come Back in a Big Way: Three Failed Votes in One Week

Within a week, three failed say on pay votes have put compensation practices back in the spotlight and demonstrably shown that investors still use say on pay advisory votes to voice dissatisfaction with company compensation practices.

Read more.

Delivering services from our clients' point-of-view requires that we tailor our services to meet the expectations and needs of each individual client.

Find out more here