How Canada Can Supply a Resource-Hungry World: Serge Dupont in Toronto Star
June 20, 2022
Serge Dupont is quoted in the Toronto Star's look at the opportunities Canada has to solve some of the world’s most urgent resource needs right now, and to boost our own prosperity while we’re at it. But, as the Star's Heather Scoffield says, since companies and producers can’t just turn on a dime, and since our infrastructure is insufficient even at the best of times, we have been slow to respond.
Financial Post on Bennett Jones Economic Outlook
June 16, 2022
David Dodge speaks with the Financial Post about the Bennett Jones Spring 2022 Economic Outlook. He points to the difficult mix of economic challenges that policymakers are facing—from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, to supply chain breakdowns to rampant inflation—and why they’re going to need a few things to break their way to manage through it with as little pain as possible.
Class Actions: Looking Forward 2022 in Canadian Lawyer
May 06, 2022
Canadian Lawyer reports on the 2022 edition of Bennett Jones' Class Actions: Looking Forward. Ranjan Agarwal comments on how we are seeing the tail end of COVID-19 class actions, the diverging approaches to the certification of class actions, and how parties are navigating multijurisdictional class actions in Canada.
Canadian Justice on Patent Laws in Canada
May 03, 2022
Dominique Hussey appears on The News Forum's legal affairs show Canadian Justice to discuss the intricacies and real-world application of patent laws in Canada. Dom joins Ron Foxcroft—inventor of the Fox 40 Whistle and CEO of Fox 40 International—and Peter Henein, partner at Waddell Phillips.
ESG Benefiting From Enhanced Standardization in M&A
May 02, 2022
Radha Curpen is featured on Lexpert to discuss how ESG will benefit from enhanced standardization as it continues to gain importance in Canada, becoming a necessity for investors and garnering more attention in M&A transactions.
Canada Gears Up for Competition Law Changes
April 27, 2022
Emrys Davis speaks with Commercial Dispute Resolution on how Canada’s 2022 budget signalled the federal government’s intention to reform and update the Competition Act which dates back to 1986, with a focus on closing loopholes, reducing harm, widening access to justice and accounting for technology.
Canada Contemplates Changes to Its Competition Laws
April 20, 2022
Zee Derwa comments in Law.com on the mention in Canada's 2022 federal budget that has competition lawyers thinking about what changes the government will actually make to the Competition Act—and if changes are even necessary.
Deal-Making Momentum Continues in Canada: Lexpert Special Edition
April 20, 2022
Brent Kraus and Kris Hanc comment in a feature story in Lexpert's Special Edition on Finance and M&A on how deal-making is continuing its extraordinary momentum in Canada. Both Brent and Kris are once again recognized as Lexpert-ranked lawyers in Corporate Finance and M&A for 2022.
Lincoln Caylor on RCMP Investigation on Russian Money Laundering
April 05, 2022
Lincoln Caylor is featured on The Bobr Times for his involvement with Hermitage Capital Management during the investigation of "at least US$14.3 million (C$17.9 million) of the proceeds of a US$230 million (C$287 million) mega tax fraud committed in Russia" passing through Canada.