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Bay Street gets its man in new Finance Minister

Jeremy Fraiberg talks to The Globe and Mailabout the appointment of the new Finance Minister, Joe Oliver, who has been an outspoken proponent of a national securities regulator.“The Supreme Court found that both the federal government and the provincial governments have a role to play in regulating our capital markets,” says Jeremy. 

Mar 20, 2014

Ruling raises concerns about efficient management of cases

Chris Naudie talks to The Lawyers Weekly about a B.C. appeal court ruling that judges there may preside only over hearings that take place within the province. “The question was whether traditional principles should bend in light of modern needs,” says Chris. 

Mar 20, 2014

Larry Ritchie leaves national regulator project, rejoins Osler

In the March 19, 2014 issue of the Legal Post, Barbara Shecter writes about Larry Ritchie’s return to lead the firm’s national practice in regulation, risk and crisis management. 

Mar 19, 2014

Larry Ritchie Rejoins Osler

Osler is pleased to announce the return of former partner, Larry Ritchie, to helm our national practice in regulation and risk management. 

Mar 19, 2014

SCC’s Sino-Forest decision shows CCAA trumps all

Laura Fric, Partner, Litigation and Karin Sachar, Associate, Litigation, wrote that Ontario Superior Court Justice Geoffrey Morawetz “recognized that a class settlement must ordinarily include an opt out provision” in an article titled “SCC’s Sino-Forest decision shows CCAA trumps all” from the March 18, 2014 publication of Canadian Lawyer

Mar 18, 2014

In a new era of shareholder activism, engagement is key and corporate secretary's role takes on more significance

Andrew MacDougall talks to Corporate Secretary about shareholder activism, saying “until a couple of years ago, you could count on one hand the number of Canadian companies that had adopted advance notice provisions. Last year the floodgates opened and now it’s become common practice.” 

Mar 14, 2014

Osler Recognized by Chambers Global 2014: The World’s Leading Business Lawyers

Osler is honoured to once again be ranked among Canada’s leading law firms in Chambers Global 2014: The World’s Leading Business Lawyers. In this latest edition, Osler earned a total of 69 individual lawyer rankings, as well as 21 firm rankings. 

Mar 14, 2014

Peter Glossop, Partner, Competition/Antitrust was interviewed on March 12, 2014 by CBC’s Dianne Buckner for the Lang & O’Leary Exchange

Under the Investment Canada Act, takeovers by state-owned enterprises must be of “net benefit” to Canada. On a recent trip to China, Peter spoke with investors who respect that Canada has the right infrastructure in place and discusses the opportunities in the oil & gas and mining sectors. 

Mar 12, 2014

For China, an oil sands investment that can’t be blocked

Osler lawyers talk to The Globe and Mail’s correspondent in Beijing after conducting a seminar in China and Hong Kong for Chinese investors in Canada’s resource sector. 

Mar 11, 2014

Quebec law reforms increase stability for mining companies, according to lawyer

François Paradis, Partner, Corporate, François Paradis, says the adoption of the new law has increased the predictability and stability of the legal framework and investment conditions for mining companies and investors in Investing in Mining information feature in the March 3, 2014 edition of The Globe and Mail. 

Mar 3, 2014