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Trends in Canadian M&A

A strong year-end bolstered Canadian M&A activity into 2016, making last year the most active year in Canadian dealmaking since […]

Case Provides Blueprint for Controlling Liability

The Seventh Circuit’s decision in Thornton v. M7 Aerospace, LP serves as a reminder to companies that purchase or succeed […]

Litigation Guidelines Shouldn’t Undercut Policyholder

Insurers often insist that counsel representing the policyholder follow the insurer’s litigation management guidelines. But some guidelines have the potential […]

Collect Better Data, Not More Data

Corporate legal departments need to collect and analyze data, but overambitious data collection can derail projects. The “more is better” […]

Successor Liability for FCA Violations

Generally in an acquisition the acquiring company assumes the predecessor’s liabilities. The Department of Justice and the SEC devoted several […]

Law Departments See Regulation as Biggest Challenge

More than half of law departments find that regulatory requirements are their biggest challenge, according to The Consilio Law Department […]

Court Reporting in the Digital Age

Court reporting in the digital age is mobile and cloud-based. This changes important aspects of litigation for both outside counsel […]

Corruption Risk for Multinationals in India

India’s government has been pushing economic growth by going after foreign investment, lowering barriers to doing business and addressing corruption. […]

Competition Outlook in Key Global Regions

The European Commission wants wider and more harmonized powers for national competition authorities. Importantly, the UK will vote on its […]

New Guidelines for Board Oversight of Ethics and Compliance

With increasing regulatory oversight of ethics and compliance programs, one of the general counsel’s key focus areas is formalizing compliance-related […]

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