About this office:
Goodmans is recognized internationally as one of Canada's leading business law firms. Founded in 1917, Goodmans has offices in Toronto and Vancouver with over 200 lawyers. Goodmans acts as counsel to a broad range of Canadian, U.S. and foreign enterprises, from sole proprietorships to multi-national corporations, banks and governments across virtually every sector of the economy.
Goodmans offers a full range of services and expertise in all major areas of business law, each with its own dedicated lawyers. With a strategic entrepreneurial history and deal-making mindset, Goodmans lawyers deliver intelligent solutions, responsiveness, energy, talent, and determination to get the deal done. It's more than just legal services; it's strategic business advice.
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Documents by Lawyers at this office
CSA Propose Different Direction for Take-Over Bid Regime
David Coll-Black,Jonathan Feldman,Stephen Halperin,Jonathan Lampe,Neill May, October 1, 2014
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), including the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), announced yesterday that they will not be proceeding with defensive tactics proposals published by the CSA and the AMF last year (see our March 15, 2013 update, Canadian Securities...
Final Isn’t Always Final - OSC Reverses Settlement In Rare Circumstance
Daniel Cohen,Grant McGlaughlin, October 1, 2014
Settlements with regulatory bodies regarding infractions are generally final and binding on all of the parties. This allows the parties to put the regulatory infraction to rest and move forward with their lives. But what happens when a decision of today calls into question the fairness of a...
Year Established: 1917