Doing Business in Canada – 2013 Edition
Last Spring we announced a special series of blog posts aimed at addressing some of the most significant distinctions between Canadian and US law that ought to be considered in the early stages of the proposed acquisition of a Canadian target.
Following the launch of that series our team blogged about important topics like:
- Financing considerations in: Financing the Acquisition of a Canadian Business: Cross-Border Credit Transactions;
- Acquisition structures in: Plan of Arrangement – A Flexible “Made-in-Canada” Acquisition Structure;
- Updates to the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act in: Overseas Financing and Acquisitions: The Increasing Importance of Anti-Corruption Due Diligence;
- Updates to the Investment Canada Act in: The Investment Canada Act – Recent Announcements and New 2013 Investment Canada Act Review Threshold;
- Shareholder activism in: 5 Things US Activist Investors Need to Know about Canada;
- Personal property security considerations in: Personal Property Security Estoppel Letters: What Are These and Why Are They Needed? and You Say UCC, We Say PPSA; and
- Real estate security considerations in: Good News for Canadian Mortgagees and The Power of the Private Power of Sale.
With the release of our 2013 publication of Doing Business in Canada, we are excited to update our US followers that this year we have launched a digital edition available for download to your tablet devices (CLICK HERE), which covers a range of topics about establishing or acquiring a business in Canada.
We look forward to continuing to provide you with coverage of cross-border M&A issues, but in the meantime, if there’s a particular topic you want us to blog about (or if you have questions about Canada more generally), we’d be happy to hear from you – just send us an e-mail: [email protected] and [email protected].