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DLA Piper (Canada) LLP 
Toronto, Ontario Office
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1 First Canadian Place, Suite 6000, 100 King Street West, P.O. Box 367
Toronto, Ontario  M5X 1E2

(City of Toronto)

Telephone: 416.365.3500
Facsimile: 416.365.7886
https://www.dlapiper.com/en/canada

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About this office:

Established in 1892, DLA Piper (Canada) LLP is a leading full-service law firm providing a comprehensive range of legal services to clients around the world through our offices across Canada and in Japan. We have more than 200 lawyers working in integrated practice groups that focus on the highest levels of specialization. We add value to our clients' enterprises by helping them achieve their business objectives and resolve their business problems quickly and effectively.

The DLA Piper (Canada) LLP Toronto office offers a full range of commercial transaction-oriented expertise in Securities & Corporate Finance including Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Estate and Taxation law. Other areas of practice include Commercial Litigation, Employment & Labour, Intellectual Property and Municipal law. Our Toronto office also offers specialized practice areas including Japan, Franchising and Distribution, Environmental, International Trade, International Business Transactions and International Corporate Governance law.

Together with our Vancouver and Montréal offices, our Toronto office is a leader in providing legal expertise to large infrastructure projects and related project financing, including public-private partnerships.



 

Statement of Practice Summary:
Practice Areas; Aboriginal Law; Administrative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Charities Law; Not-For-Profit Organizations; China Law; South East Asia; Competition; Anti-Trust; Commercial Loans; Construction Law; Corporate Services; Corporate Law; Commercial Law; Education Law; Employment Law; Labour Law; Energy; Utilities; Environment; Estate Planning; Estate Litigation; Family Law; Forestry Law; Franchise Law; Distribution; Health Law; Human Rights; Immigration Law; Infrastructure; Project Finance; Insolvency; Insurance; Intellectual Property; International Business Transactions; International Corporate Governance; International Trade; Japan; Legal Research; Litigation; Media Law; Entertainment Law; Communications Law; Mining Law; Municipal Bonds; Pension Plans; Benefit Trusts; Personal Injury; Privacy Law; Products Liability; Professional Governance; Public Affairs; Real Estate; Renewable Energy; Sustainable Technology; Securities; Corporate Finance; Taxation; Technology Law; Outsourcing; Transportation; Video Games; Interactive Entertainment.

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Potter v. New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission: Supreme Court Expands Reach of Constructive Dismissal
Karen R. Bock, April 21, 2015
In March of 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada addressed the issue of constructive dismissal from employment in the case of Potter v. New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission, 2015 SCC 10. In doing so, the court has clarified the scope of constructive dismissal and updated the test for...

Canada Adopts Significant Changes to Foreign Investment Review Framework
Catherine A. Pawluch,J. Kevin Wright, April 21, 2015
On March 25, 2015, the Canadian government adopted regulations that significantly affect the foreign investment review framework. The new regulations, which take effect on April 24, 2015, implement the long anticipated changes to the existing thresholds that trigger a net benefit review under the...

Major Changes to Capital Raising Exemptions in Canada: Is This Good News or Bad News for Issuers?
Robert N. Black,Sarah Bode,Don Collie, April 16, 2015
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) have announced that they are implementing significant changes to the “accredited investor” (AI) and “minimum amount” prospectus exemptions set out in National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions. On the same...




Year Established: 1892


Lawyers practising in the Toronto Office are members of The Law Society of Upper Canada.



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