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Great Acknowledgement for Osler Team and Canada’s Biggest Corporate Deal of the Year

Eric Levy, Manon Thivierge, and Antonella Penta are “front-and-centre on the massive $4.9-billion (U.S.) deal announced by Montreal-based Amaya Gaming Inc.” writes Jeff Gray in the June 13, 2014 edition of The Globe and Mail.  

June 13, 2014

Sanctions Crackdown

In the June 10, 2014 edition of Lexpert, The Business Magazine for lawyers, Riyaz Dattu, Partner, Corporate, discusses the first ever criminal conviction under the Special Economic Measures Act (SEMA), against a company, in the law’s 20-year history. 

June 2014

World’s Leading Patent Practitioners by Intellectual Asset Management 2014

J. Bradley White, Partner and Chair National Intellectual Property Department and W. Lee Webster, Partner, named World’s Leading Patent Practitioners by Intellectual Asset Management 2014. 

June 2014

Twenty-three Osler lawyers listed in Canada’s Leading Corporate Lawyers

Osler is pleased to announce that 23 of its lawyers have been named as leading corporate lawyers in Lexpert’s Canada’s Leading Corporate Lawyers (published in Report on Business, The Globe and Mail, June 2014). This report confirms Osler’s position as a leading Canadian firm in corporate law. 

June 2014

Northern Gateway: A pipeline battle that’s only just begun

Tom Isaac, Partner, Environmental, Regulatory and Aboriginal, comments on Enbridge’s  Northern Gateway pipeline project and the ongoing challenges facing Canada’s federal cabinet, Aboriginal communities, First Nations claims and environmental groups.  

May 31, 2014

Opt-outs face hurdle to opt in, court rules

“The decision shows that there are clear limits on the courts’ generosity to class members and that these limits are being exercised rationally,” said Laura Fric, Partner, Litigation, in an article published on May 28, 2014 by the Legal Post, National Post.   

May 28, 2014

CASL’s computer software installation laws could shake up tech industry

Michael Fekete discusses the potential impact of CASL on the tech industry, saying, “When you look at how these rules have an impact on so many different types of software installations, that weren’t contemplated when the legislation was drafted, you [think], what are we getting ourselves into?”  

May 22, 2014

Ottawa defiant as UN deals blow to Gateway pipeline

Thomas Isaac, Partner, Environmental, Regulatory and Aboriginal, is quoted in the May 13, 2014 Report on Business, The Globe and Mail, saying “Canadian courts have required governments to consult and accommodate aboriginal communities where their traditional lands are affected, but has not required their consent.” 

May 13, 2014

Brian M. Levitt recognized at the Prix Arts-Affaires de Montréal

Congratulations to Brian M. Levitt, non-executive Co-Chair of the firm, on being recognized by the Prix Arts-Affaires de Montréal with the Arts-Business Personality award. The Prix Arts-Affaires de Montréal, an initiative of the Board of Trade and the Conseil des arts de Montréal, recognize the contribution of businesses and individuals to Montréal cultural organizations. 

May 12, 2014

League Tables: New class of preferred shares fire up legal offerings

Osler ranks prominently in a number of league tables covering the first quarter of 2014. 

May 7, 2014