Thomas Isaac joins the firm as Partner, Environmental and Regulatory and Aboriginal and leads our Aboriginal Law Group.
This publication is written for Canadian companies considering accessing the U.S. public capital markets through the Multi-jurisdictional Disclosure System (MJDS) and for those Canadian companies that are already subject to U.S. public periodic reporting requirements and are eligible to satisfy those requirements through MJDS.
In the October issue of our Franchise Review we discuss provincial franchise legislation and how resolving a dispute through arbitration rather than litigation can be faster, cheaper and more confidential when the arbitration clause addresses basic issues. We also explain how Canadian franchise counsel can leverage much of the information in a U.S. Franchise Disclosure Document, thereby reducing time and expense.
In this webinar, moderated by partner Damian Rigolo, Osler lawyers discuss a number of significant developments in employment and labour law that may have an impact on how employers operate their day-to-day businesses.
Osler Financial Services Law Blog: timely analysis, updates and discussion on Canadian and U.S./cross-border credit market developments.