Goodmans LLP - Toronto
Size of Organization: 212
Year Established: 1917Web Site: http://www.goodmans.ca
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Goodmans is internationally recognized as one of Canada's pre-eminent business law firms. Based in Toronto, Goodmans is a full-service business law firm of over 200 lawyers. We provide a complete range of legal advice and representation to domestic and foreign business clients ranging from entrepreneurial businesses to multinational corporations, financial institutions, private equity firms, pension funds and governments across a wide range of industries.
With a strategic entrepreneurial history and deal-making mindset, Goodmans lawyers deliver intelligent solutions, responsiveness, energy, talent, and determination to get the deal done. Clients appreciate our dedication to exceptional service, community partnership and mutual respect. That's a key reason why so many have been with the firm since their businesses began. Even now, with clients among Canada's largest corporations, financial institutions and multinationals, the firm honours its roots by maintaining its values.
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New Reporting Requirements for Foreign Investments in the U.S.
Michael Koch,Emily Weizel, March 18, 2015
Non-Americans who have recently acquired or established businesses in the U.S. or intend to, should be aware of reporting requirements that have recently been reintroduced. The United States Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has reinstated a program (which was discontinued in 2009) requiring a...
The Duty of Good Faith in Construction Contracts
Howard Wise, March 18, 2015
Construction projects have become larger and more complex over the past several years. Large and everchanging project delivery methods and the number of parties involved in construction projects have increased.
CSA Publish Update on Proposed Amendments to the Early Warning Regime
Jonathan Feldman,Eric Goldberg,Jonathan Lampe,Neill May, December 10, 2014
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) published an update of their proposed changes to the early warning regime (Canada’s equivalent to the Schedule 13D regime in the United States). The update abandons some of the key proposals, such as reducing the reporting threshold, put forward by...