One of the highlights from the American Bar Association’s (ABA) 2016 Canadian Private Target M&A Deal Points Study in which our firm was a key participant (the 2016 Study), was the increased inclusion of sandbagging provisions in deals.
Health Care Enforcement Review and 2017 Outlook: Significant Health Care Fraud and Abuse Civil Settlements and Criminal Resolutions
In this final installment of our Health Care Enforcement Review and 2017 Outlook series, we analyze health care enforcement trends gathered from 2016 civil settlements and criminal resolutions of health care fraud and abuse cases.
Despite an increase in the federal funds rate by the Federal Open Market Committee in December, municipal bond interest rates throughout 2016 were (and still are) extremely low when compared to historic rates.
As 2017 begins and IP strategies are being developed for the new year, it is a good time to reflect on what IP issues were prominent in 2016.
I put off writing this post for months, because I found the April news item so profoundly disturbing.
With 2016 in the rear-view mirror, we have been reflecting on the many data privacy and cybersecurity legal developments of the past year…
It’s that time of year again, when we reflect on what happened during the prior year and prepare for another one.
This year was a tremendously active year for Fintech in Canada and internationally, and 2017 promises to be even more so.
Let’s look back at a cavalcade of crooks, criminals and miscreants who met up with justice in 2016. We do it to be reminded of the others who will be lurking in the 2017 shadows.
Well, 2016 is finally in the history books. It was certainly a momentous year for labor law. Here is my take on the five most significant developments in 2016: