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Renewables in Ontario - Small stay FIT; Large to Compete

Global Renewable News, Volume 4 - Issue 19, October 2013
Apr 5, 2019

Doing Business in Canada — A Legal Overview

Doing Business in Canada — A Legal Overview We believe that foreign investment benefits both Canadians and the global economy.
Jan 25, 2019

What You Missed During Tax Season 2018

Torkin Manes Webinar On Wednesday, May 16th Torkin Manes held a webinar on the key issues that you may have missed during tax season. Topics included: Recent tax changes...
May 16, 2018

When smart contracts are not so smart

The Globe and Mail They work well in theory, but they can’t always take account of legal principles Read all of Adrian's articles here
Jul 4, 2016

Who really wins in merger-disclosure settlements?

The Globe and Mail Shareholder suits settled for greater transparency on deals turn out to have no effect on voting Read all of Adrian's articles here
May 26, 2016

Buying the Property – Structuring the Acquisition

Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocates
May 12, 2016

Is the magic of ‘smart’ contracts just sleight of hand?

The Globe and Mail Creating supposedly self-executing contracts through a blockchain still requires lawyers to do much of the heavy lifting Read all of Adrian's articles...
May 11, 2016

Weaker ‘poison pills,’ stronger shareholders?

The Globe and Mail A new policy limiting the use of legal devices to defeat hostile takeovers in Canada makes our regime less flexible – but maybe that’s a g...
Apr 7, 2016

Lots of things can be taxed, but what should we tax?

The Globe and Mail A progressive tax regime is a good way to ensure a good society for all Read all of Adrian's articles here
Mar 25, 2016
Mar 23, 2016

Private capital makes unicorns look beautiful, but beware the horn

The Globe and Mail Private issuer exemptions are meant to protect unsophisticated retail investors, but they may find they do own a piece through a mutual fund Read all ...
Mar 10, 2016

A lesson in the limits of good faith contract law

The Globe and Mail The Supreme Court of Canada’s 2014 decision in Bhasin v. Hrynew has proven to be an endless fount of controversy concerning parties acting in go...
Feb 25, 2016

Why do dual-class share structures persist? Because they work

The Globe and Mail Where there are legitimate concerns with multiple-voting shares, our laws are well equipped to deal with them Read all of Adrian's articles here
Feb 11, 2016

Tech ventures and conflicts between common and preferred shares

The Globe and Mail There can be legal problems when there are different results for common preferred shareholders in certain circumstances Read all of Adrian's articles ...
Jan 28, 2016

Contract interpretation: It’s an open question in Canadian courts

The Globe and Mail The idea that lower-court decisions with respect to different contracts may be reviewed under different standards – or that the level of appella...
Jan 14, 2016
Torkin Manes LegalWatch

Are Parties Required to Act Reasonably When Choosing Not to Renew a Contract?

At common law, any powers that confer discretion on a contracting party must be exercised reasonably. In Data & Scientific Inc. v. Oracle Corporat...
Jan 4, 2016

Supreme Court rules or it does not – there is no try

The Globe and Mail The case of CIBC v. Green is a reminder that the standard notion of the Court’s jurisprudence is naïve Read all of Adrian's articles here
Dec 24, 2015

Oracle decision exposes flaws in contract language

The Globe and Mail Court case not just a good lesson for the litigators, but for contract drafters as well Read all of Adrian's articles here
Dec 10, 2015

BlackBerry stock-drop lawsuit raises the question: What’s the point?

The Globe and Mail Current laws regarding litigation over misrepresentation need an overhaul Read all of Adrian's articles here
Nov 30, 2015

Incentivizing Employees- Choosing the Right “Option"

Torkin Manes Annual Business Law Seminar
Nov 19, 2015
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