Lexpert - Michael Caruso
Michael Caruso comments on the rise in the use of M&A insurance Canada, and says he expects to see the market grow.
The Star - Fahad Siddiqui
Fahad Siddiqui argues in an opinion piece that the Canadian courts don't share the same “deep ideological and partisan divisions” as the U.S. courts.
Journal de Québec - Olga Farman
Olga Farman expresses that the challenges women face as professionals should not discourage them from obtaining leadership and decision-making positions.
Lexpert - Matthew Keen
Matthew Keen comments on how Bill C-69, which is set to replace the National Energy Board (NEB), risks making the government’s overall process of deciding on major projects longer, due to the fact that new regulator can “stop the clock” once it has requested information.
Lexpert - Alan Harvie
Alan Harvie comments that the intent of the Carbon Competitiveness Incentive Regulation (CCIR) is to push toward having the most efficient facilities compared to your peers.
MarketScreener - Derek Burney
Derek Burney comments on Canada's current position with the NAFTA agreement and says that we are being presented with a "take-it-or-leave-it" option
Human Resources Director Canada (HRD) - Jennifer Hodgins
Jennifer Hodgins explains how the Pay Transparency Act will affect employers in Ontario as of January 1st, 2019.
Reuters Canada - Jonathan Herbst
As Britain is expected to keep the door open for European Union banks and investors following Brexit, Jonathan Herbst says that open access is the Financial Conduct Authority’s optimal position.
La Presse+ - Norton Rose Fulbright
Norton Rose explains that under the new rules imposed by Bill 141, insurers may distribute certain insurance products without the intervention of a representative.
The Globe and Mail - Walied Soliman
Walied Soliman indique que si la SEC approuve la demande de Trump qui veut faire passer de trimestriel à semestriel le système de communication de l’information, le Canada devra emboîter le pas.