Tag archives: merger

Better, faster, stronger: revamping the M&A due diligence process with Artificial Intelligence platforms

Voluminous information in M&A transactions M&A transactions can be time-intensive, often involving contract discovery and analysis, due diligence, data room preparation, verification of representations and warranties, privacy issues and multijurisdictional privacy legislation and intellectual property protection, among other important aspects. As deals become larger in value and scope, the review and analysis of the foregoing … Continue reading

Webinar – M&A in 2013: Acquisition techniques – mergers versus tender offers

Join us on Thursday, November 14, 2013 for a webinar on M&A acquisition techniques. Register now In this web seminar, three partners at Norton Rose Fulbright, all highly experienced in a broad range of transactions, will discuss the various considerations in choosing between a one-step merger, for example, versus a two-step tender offer followed by … Continue reading

Federal Court of Appeal endorses projecting future events in upholding Canadian Competition Tribunal decision

On February 11, 2013, the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) released its reasons in Commissioner of Competition v Tervita Corporation, an appeal of the Competition Tribunal’s (the Tribunal) 2012 divestiture order against Tervita. The case is important because it marks the first time the commissioner of competition has successfully challenged a merger based on a … Continue reading
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