In secured lending transactions, a debtor's cash may form part of the lender's general security or may be deposited with a financial institution to support certain contingent obligations (such as outstanding letter of credits)
Alberta Securities Commission Provides Guidance On Shareholder Rights Plans, Break Fees and Use of Equity Swaps in Take-over Bid ContextJan 12, 2022
An Alberta decision has held that the use of swaps in a hostile take-over bid can be abusive, and added guidance on shareholder rights plans and break fees.
An Ontario arbitrator upheld an employer's vaccine mandate for both a site where a 3rd party obligation existed and a related site with no such obligation.
Ontario Arbitrators Continue to Uphold Terminations of Employees who Breach COVID-19 Safety ProtocolsJan 12, 2022
A recent decision by an Ontario arbitrator further affirmed the notion that dishonesty during COVID screening protocols by an employee can lead to termination.
In this bulletin, we discuss the benefits of using PropTech for businesses in the real estate space and for consumers of such products.
In this 3-part series, we explain the concept of PropTech, highlight its benefits and outline associated risks.
Recent amendments to the Special Access Program and a look back to 2021 on developments affecting the psychedelics industry.
Phase Two of Ontario’s On-Site and Excess Soil Management Regulation took effect on January 1, 2022 introducing a new framework for excess soil in Ontario
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