Competition counsel to Tervita Corporation in its merger with SECURE Energy Services Inc. to create a combined company with an implied total enterprise value of $2.3 billion.
Canadian competition counsel to Lineage Logistics, an international refrigerated warehousing and storage company owned by Bay Grove Capital, on its acquisition of VersaCold Logistics Services, a Canadian refrigerated warehousing company with fully integrated logistics capabilities, from Torquest Partners, The Investment Management Corporation of Ontario and OPTrust.
Stone Canyon Industries Holdings LLC and Kissner Group Holdings, as Canadian counsel, in their US$3.2-billion agreement to acquire K+S Aktiengesellschaft's North and South American salt business, including Morton Salt and Windsor Salt.
Counsel to Mylan N.V., in its US$12-billion combination with Pfizer Inc.'s Upjohn business.
Tiffany & Co., as Canadian antitrust counsel in connection with the US$16-billion transaction with LVMH.
Counsel to Mylan Inc., in its US$5.3-billion acquisition of generic drug assets from Abbott Laboratories.
Bristol-Myers Squibb, as Canadian antitrust counsel, in its US$74-billion acquisition of Celgene Corp.
CF Acquisition Corp. VI, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) sponsored by Cantor Fitzgerald, as Canadian counsel on its business combination with Rumble Inc., a high growth neutral video distribution platform with an international user/subscriber base, valued at an initial enterprise value of US$2.1-billion.
Canadian counsel to Allergan plc., a global, research-based biopharmaceutical company, regarding all competition law matters and filings in its acquisition by AbbVie Inc. for US$63 billion (The Deal Awards 2020 Healthcare, Pharma & Biotech Deal of the Year)
Inuvialuit Development Corporation, as owner of Canadian North airline, in the merger of Canadian North and First Air (owned by Makivik Corporation), to create a Inuit-owned unified northern Canadian airline.
Fiserv, Inc., in its acquisition of First Data in a transaction valued at approximately US$22 billion, to create a leading payments and financial technology provider.
The purchaser in its acquisition of 100% of the ownership of Nieuport Aviation Infrastructure Partners GP, the entity that owns and operates the passenger terminal at Billy Bishop Airport.
Canadian counsel to Conagra Brands, Inc. in its $10-9 billion acquisition of Pinnacle Foods Inc.
Northern Harvest Sea Farms group, on its acquisition by Marine Harvest for $315 million.
Kissner Group Holdings LP, completed its acquisition of NSC Minerals Ltd., a market-leading provider of salt products in Western Canada and the North Central United States, from an investor group led by Altas Partners.
Parkland Fuel Corporation, in its acquisition of Chevron Canada’s refinery and 130 gas stations in British Columbia.
Longview Aviation Capital Corp, in its acquisition of the Dash 8 program from Bombardier Inc.
Tervita Corp., completes acquisition of all issued and outstanding common shares of Newalta Corp. and US$250 million senior secured notes offering.
Quebecor Media Inc., as competition counsel in its $430-million sale of wireless spectrum licences to Shaw Communications Inc.
Time Warner, in its proposed US$85.4-billion acquisition by AT&T.
Alere Inc., as Canadian competition counsel, with its US$5.3-billion acquisition by Abbott Laboratories.
Schlumberger Production Management, on the purchase of the Palliser Block assets in Alberta from Cenovus Energy Inc. for cash consideration of $1.3 billion.
Katz Group, with its sale of Rexall Health to McKesson Corporation for approximately $2.9 billion.
TRW Automotive Holdings Corp., as Canadian competition counsel, with its acquisition by ZF Friedrichshafen AG for US$13.5 billion.
Metalmark Capital, with the acquisition of Kissner Milling Company Limited and Kissner Group Inc. by an investor group led by Metalmark Capital and including Silvertree, a joint venture between Silverhawk Capital Partners and Demetree Salt, LLC, and the Kissner management team.
Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited and Hutchison Whampoa Limited, as Canadian counsel, with an $84-billion (implied enterprise value) reorganization and combination of their respective businesses in two new Hong Kong-listed companies, CK Hutchison Holdings Limited and Cheung Kong Property Holdings Limited. The transaction also involved a transfer of approximately 6 percent of the shares of Husky Energy Inc.
The joint venture between KingSett Canadian Real Estate Income Fund LP and Alberta Investment Management Corporation, as competition counsel, in connection with the acquisition of a 50-percent interest in Scotia Plaza, Toronto from Dream Office REIT and H&R REIT.
St. Jude Medical, Inc., as Canadian counsel, regarding all competition law matters and filings in connection with its acquisition by Abbott Laboratories for US$25 billion.
Sanjel Corporation, an Alberta-based energy services and pressure pumping company, with the sale of its Canadian fracturing, coiled tubing and cementing assets to STEP Energy Services Ltd. and 1961531 Alberta Ltd.
Sanjel Corporation, an Alberta-based energy services and pressure pumping company, with the sale of its U.S. fracturing, coiled tubing and cementing assets to Liberty Oilfield Services Holdings LLC.
Canadian Pacific Railway Limited, with its proposed US$28-billion merger with Norfolk Southern Corp.
Starwood, as Canadian counsel, in a $12.8-billion transaction regarding all competition law matters and filings in connection with its acquisition by Marriott International, Inc.
Precision Castparts Corp., with the US$560-million acquisition of Noranco from MidOcean Partners and PSP Investments.
Wheels Group, Inc., with its corporate reorganization and subsequent acquisition by Radiant Logistics Inc. pursuant to a court approved plan of arrangement for approximately $100 million.
Extendicare Inc., a leading provider of care and services for seniors throughout Canada, with the $83-million acquisition of the home health business of Revera Inc.
Repsol S.A., with its proposed $15.1-billion acquisition of Talisman Energy Inc.
Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd., with its business combination to acquire Virginia Mines Inc. for approximately $461 million.
Canso Investment Counsel Ltd., in its financing of Postmedia Network's $316-million acquisition from Quebecor Media Inc. (QMI) of certain of Sun Media Corp's English language print assets., through the issuance by Postmedia to Canso of $140 million of subscription receipts convertible into an equal amount of additional 8.25% Senior Secured Notes due 2017.
VimpelCom Ltd., with its sale process and disposition of its debt and equity interests in the Globalive group of companies in Canada, including Globalive Wireless Management Corp. (WIND Mobile), including the forgiveness or sale of approximately $2 billion of debt owed by WIND Mobile and the sale of their equity interests in WIND Mobile for approximately $130 million.
EnerCare Inc., with its acquisition of Direct Energy's Ontario Home Services Business for $550 million.
Osisko Mining Corporation, with its response to Goldcorp Inc's unsolicited offer and subsequent agreement with Yamana Gold Inc. and Agnico Eagle Mines Limited to jointly acquire 100-percent of Osisko's issued and outstanding common shares for total consideration of $3.9 billion.
Clarke Inc., with the sale of its freight transportation business for net proceeds of approximately $100.5 million.
Darling International Inc., with its acquisition of all the assets of Rothsay, a division of Maple Leaf Foods Inc., for approximately $645 million.
General Donlee Canada Inc., with its $114-million acquisition by Triumph Group, Inc. by way of a Plan of Arrangement.
Energizer Holdings Inc., with its US$185-million acquisition of the Stayfree pad, Carefree liner, and o.b. tampon feminine hygiene brands from Johnson & Johnson, Inc.
Safeway Inc., as competition counsel, with the $5.8-billion sale of substantially all of its Canadian assets to Sobeys Inc.
Niagara Acquisition LP (a joint venture between KingSett Real Estate Growth LP No. 3 and AimCo), with the sale to Dundee Industrial Limited Partnership of a number of properties (comprising a portion of the ING Portfolio) for a sale price of $503.3 million.
Glencore International, with its sale to CF Industries of Viterra's 34-percent stake in Canadian Fertilizers Limited following closing of Glencore's supported $6.1-billion acquisition of Viterra Inc.
Glencore International, with its acquisition of all the outstanding shares of Viterra for approximately $6.1 billion by way of a plan of arrangement and the sale of certain assets of Viterra to each of Agrium and Richardson International for aggregate proceeds of approximately $2.6 billion.
An underwriting syndicate, lead by Merrill Lynch Canada Inc., with a $520.8-million public offering of auto loan receivables-backed notes issued by Canadian Capital Auto Receivables Asset Trust II.
Maple Leaf Sports + Entertainment Ltd. (MLSE), with the acquisition by BCE Inc. and Rogers Communications Inc. of a net 75-percent ownership interest in MLSE from the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan for $1.32 billion.
An underwriting syndicate, lead by BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc., with a public offering of $450,746,000 principal amount of receivables-backed notes issued by CNH Capital Canada Receivables Trust.