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Dentons Canada LLP confirms 46 new lawyers in total
Dentons Canada LLP is pleased to announce that a total of 46 lawyers have joined the firm’s offices in Montreal, Toronto and Calgary this month from Heenan Blaikie LLP, including a further five partners and 11 associates who have joined since previous announcements.
Crowdfunding comparative survey
In this article, Dentons Tax partner Jeremy Cape and senior associate Helen Dayananda address some of the tax questions most relevant to crowd funding investors and investees in the United Kingdom.
As governments around the world continue to focus extraordinary attention on the prospect of a nuclear Iran, Dentons helps clients understand, navigate and comply with the international architecture of Iran sanctions.
ABA publishes the second edition of Bart Legum's book on international litigation
The American Bar Association has released the second edition of International Litigation Strategies and Practice, a 391-page book edited by Dentons Paris partner Bart Legum.
Electronic Court Information System to be Established in Azerbaijan
On February 13, 2014, with the stated objectives to ensure transparency in the justice system, to increase the effectiveness of the protection of human rights and freedoms and to speed up the process for the application of modern information technologies, the President of Azerbaijan signed an Order on the Establishment of an “Electronic Court” Information System in Azerbaijan
Students: Starting Your Career in Law
Interested in a world of opportunity? Then we invite you to consider beginning your career with Dentons, one of the largest law firms in the world with over 79 locations in 52 countries and more than 2,500 lawyers and professionals with whom you might be working on any given day.
Aurelien Chardeau promoted to partner in Dentons' Paris office
The Dentons Paris office is proud to announce the promotion of Aurélien Chardeau to the position of partner. Aurélien is a member of the Paris Corporate Group and has 11 years of experience in general criminal law, international criminal law and white-collar crime.
Five Dentons partners named to Law360’s 2014 Editorial Advisory Boards
Five Dentons partners representing a range of practices and sectors were named to Law360’s Editorial Advisory Boards in 2014. Over the coming year, partners Rick Ross, Meghan Cocci, Eric Sophir, Stephen Fields and Michelle Shapiro will help Law360 shape its coverage of Hospitality, Intellectual Property, Private Equity, and White Collar developments in 2014.
Going toe-to-toe with the SEC
Join CFOs, CAOs and inside counsel in a webinar program aimed to help you understand the SEC's investigative process and identify high-risk compliance issues, led by a winning trial team that has been there and done that.
Dentons’ lawyers understand how to get deals done across borders and involving multiple jurisdictions. Our deal teams cross borders to navigate and coordinate competing legal requirements and over- lapping regulatory issues in multiple jurisdictions to give you a seamless transaction and an effective result.
Tax structuring, including the effective use of international tax treaties, can be critical in making these deals work over the long run, and our tax experts are adept and highly experienced in advising on the best solutions for you.
Dentons’ geographic reach means you don’t need to coordinate and manage counsel in multiple jurisdictions. At Dentons, we do this every day for our clients, and we can do it for you. We provide the local and international advice that bridges borders so they aren't obstacles to your deal.
We’re committed to making your cross-border transactions work.
On January 2, 2014, Alberta Securities Commission (“ASC”) staff published Staff Notice 91-704 Over-the-Counter Derivatives Transactions (“ASC Staff Notice 91-704”) summarizing the current regulatory framework governing over-the-counter (“OTC”) derivatives trades in Alberta. Read more
The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V), which are part of the TMX Group in Canada, are receptive to new successful listings of Chinese companies. With the new TMX Group office opening in Beijing on November 14, 2011, Chinese companies now have greater exposure to the Canadian capital markets. Read more
Canada and the European Union are in the final push to complete a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (“CETA”) by the end of this year. Negotiators on both sides may already have pulled together the outline of a possible “final package” for review and discussion by Trade Minister Ed Fast and EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht. Read more
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On December 10, 2012, Peter Harder, Senior Policy Advisor at Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP (FMC) and Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Industry and International Trade, spoke to BNN on Canada-China relations following the CNOOC/Nexen decision. Read more
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