DLA Piper (Canada) LLP
Toronto, Ontario OfficeView all offices
1 First Canadian Place, Suite 6000, 100 King Street West, P.O. Box 367
(City of Toronto)
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About this office:
DLA Piper (Canada) LLP is part of DLA Piper, a global law firm with over 4,200 lawyers operating in the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East. With seven offices and highly experienced lawyers across Canada, the Canadian firm has deep roots in national and international business communities. The firm delivers services in more than 50 practice areas including technology, intellectual property, energy, infrastructure, litigation, transportation and the related corporate and finance areas. The firm provides unparalleled value to clients by combining the significant resources of a global firm with the highest level of personal service in the business.
The DLA Piper (Canada) LLP Toronto office offers a full range of commercial transaction-oriented expertise in Securities and Corporate Finance including Mergers and Acquisitions, Real Estate and Tax law. Other areas of practice include Commercial Litigation, Employment, and Intellectual Property and Technology 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:
Banks and Banking; Corporate Law; Regulatory Law; Employment Law; Government Contracts; Insurance; Insolvency; Intellectual Property and Technology; Infrastructure Development; International Trade; Public Private Partnership; Life Sciences; Hospitality Law; Litigation; Environmental Law; Finance Law; Real Estate; International Trade Law; Regulatory and Government Affairs; Arbitrations and Investigations; Projects; Energy and Infrastructure; Restructuring; Tax Law; Transportation Law.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Is There a Lesson from Dunkin’ Donuts for Franchisors Outside Quebec?
M. Sandra Appel, September 10, 2015
The Quebec Court of Appeal has recently upheld the 2012 decision of the Superior Court awarding substantial damages - CA$10.9 million - to former franchisees of Dunkin’ Donuts.1 Application for leave to appeal was filed with the Supreme Court of Canada on June 15, 2015; a decision is expected...
The New Ontario Retirement Pension Plan: A Guide For Employers
Simon Hurdon,Heather Kindness, September 10, 2015
Employers and employees in Ontario could be subject to the new Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (“ORPP”) as early as January 2017. The ORPP will be a provincially managed pension plan for residents of Ontario designed to mimic the Canada Pension Plan (“CPP”). All employees in...
Canada’s Integrity Framework Gets a Makeover: What Public Contractors Need to Know
Brandon Barnes,Graham Erion,Jeffrey D. Horswill, September 9, 2015
On July 3, 2015 Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) released its anticipated revisions to the Integrity Regime, which seeks to ensure it does business with ethical suppliers of goods and services in Canada and abroad. The Government relaxed some of the more controversial provisions...
Year Established: 1892
Lawyers practising in the Toronto Office are members of The Law Society of Upper Canada.