Mergers & Acquisitions

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The Franchise Voice, Volume 12 Issue 3

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Miller Thomson’s National M&A Work is Ranked Top Tier Among Canadian Law Firms and Globally

We are proud to acknowledge the Q1 2011 accomplishments of our M&A practitioners and close colleagues of Miller Thomson’s national corporate tax team. In the first quarter M&A league table rankings, released just after our own Federal Budget Review was...

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Mergers and Acquisitions of Franchise Systems

Franchise Voice, Canadian Franchise Association

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CSA Staff Notice 51-333: Environmental Reporting Guidance

Introduction Increasing environmental awareness has significantly affected the manner in which businesses operate and plan for the future. With environmental regulation at the forefront of the public conscience, companies and investors have requested clarification of the continuous disclosure (“CD”) requirements...

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New Regulation For Rating Agencies

The Canadian Securities Administrators (the “CSA”) have recently released for comment proposed National Instrument 25-101 Designated Rating Organizations (the “Proposed Rule”). The Proposed Rule is the first attempt to regulate credit rating organizations (“CROs”) in Canada.  The CSA have, apparently,...

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IIROC New Product Due Diligence Regulatory Review – Common Deficiencies and Requirements for Written Policies, Procedures and Controls

In our Fall 2009 issue, we discussed the Canadian Securities Administrators’ (“CSA”) Staff Notice 33-315 entitled Suitability Obligation and Know Your Product (the “Staff Notice”) in which the CSA gave guidance to registrants with respect to the “know your product” and...

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CSA Staff Notice 51-332 – Continuous Disclosure Review Program Activities for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2010

On an annual basis reporting issuers can benefit from reviewing the results of the Canadian Securities Administrators’ (the “CSA”) continuous disclosure (“CD”) review program. The CD review program has the goal of identifying material disclosure deficiencies in the public disclosure...

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Court Approval of Plan of Arrangement: The Magna Decision

In August 2010, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice approved a plan of arrangement (“Arrangement“) which allowed Magna International Inc. (“Magna“) to eliminate its dual class share structure. A plan of arrangement is a court supervised procedure that requires the...

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Le défi du transfert d’entreprise : Comment les aspects juridiques peuvent contribuer au succès de votre démarche, Les grandes conférences

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New Directions in Canadian Rights Plans – But Which Way?

On July 27, 2010, the British Columbia Securities Commission (“BCSC”) issued its full majority reasons for its April 2010 decision to cease-trade the Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. shareholder rights plan (the “SRP”) adopted in response to a hostile bid made...

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Advancing our Clients’ Business Ambitions – H1 2019

Miller Thomson’s M&A and Capital Markets teams advised on a variety of transactions in H1 2019. This recently released document highlights some of the firm’s notable deals, including Digital Colony / Digital Bridge and European Commercial REIT.

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Miller Thomson ranks top five by various publishers for Canadian M&A and Capital Markets in 2018

In the recent releases of their 2018 year-end Canadian M&A and Capital Markets league table rankings, Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters and the Financial Post have ranked Miller Thomson top five in various categories.

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