Securities

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Mergers, Acquisitions and Other Changes of Corporate Control, 2/e

This book offers a succinct and insightful discussion of the laws governing mergers and acquisitions transactions conducted in Canada. It draws on a collection of loosely related legal principles … 401 View

What’s Next for Canada?

Securities Regulation After the Reference

For many years lawyers, policy makers, scholars, and investors have debated the merits of, and the necessity for, a national securities regulator in Canada. Most have agreed that the status quo … 339 View

Introduction

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Overview of the Supreme Court of Canada’s 2011 decision not to endorse a proposed national securities regulator (Securities Reference) and the collected articles inspired by that decision. 9 $0.90 Add
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List of Statutes, Regulations, Securities Instruments, Rules, Policies, and Abbreviations

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List of statutes, regulations, securities instruments, rules, policies, and abbreviations relating to mergers, acquisitions, and other forms of corporate control changes. 3 $0.30 Add
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Overview

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Introduction to the terminology, underlying concepts, and legal and regulatory environment associated with mergers and acquisitions law. 34 $3.40 Add
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Twenty Years of Supreme Court Reference Decisions

Putting the Securities Reference Decision in Context

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Analysis of the Securities Reference in the context of some other Supreme Court reference decisions. 24 $2.40 Add
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More Questions than Answers

The Supreme Court of Canada's Decision in the National Securities Reference

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Critique of the Securities Reference based on the Court’s response to concerns over the movement of capital within Canada exacerbated by the evolution of capital markets from local to … 12 $1.20 Add
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Competition Policy, Efficacy, and the National Securities Reference

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Critique of the Securities Reference based on the comparative national importance of securities regulation and competition policy, and the Court’s apparent confusion in attempting to set … 8 $0.80 Add
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"Mergers"/Amalgamations and Statutory Plans of Arrangement

From: Mergers, Acquisitions and Other Changes of Corporate Control, 2/e

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Discussion of transactions supported by both the purchasing and selling corporations, either by way of an amalgamation or as a court-approved plan of arrangement. 19 $1.90 Add
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The General Trade and Commerce Power after the Securities Reference

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Commentary on how the result of the Securities Reference does not entail a more general conclusion that Parliament has no power to enact national securities legislation. 15 $1.50 Add
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Making Waves

The Supreme Court of Canada Confronts Stephen Harper's Brand of Federalism

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Examination of both legal arguments and non-legal factors to explain why the Court turned away from a flexible federalism model to decide the Securities Reference. 20 $2.00 Add
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Takeover Bids (Part 1)

Formal Bid Rules

From: Mergers, Acquisitions and Other Changes of Corporate Control, 2/e

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Discussion of the rules by which share purchases or offers to purchase that are likely to result in the purchaser attaining practical or effective control of a corporation are regulated. 62 $6.20 Add
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Reference Re Securities Act

Comment on Lee and Schneiderman

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Commentary on the previous two chapters in exploring the questions of why or if the federal side lost in the Securities Reference. 5 $0.50 Add
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Takeover Bids (Part 2)

Exemptions

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Discussion of the exemptions available where application of the formal takeover bid rules would be unnecessarily and inappropriately burdensome or prejudicial to the public interest. 29 $2.90 Add
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Can Canadian Federalism Be Relevant?

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Critique of the Securities Reference for a failure to articulate an approach to Canadian federalism that is relevant to the realities of the twenty-first century administrative state. 8 $0.80 Add
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Hostile Bids and Defensive Tactics

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Discussion of takeover bids where the wishes of the acquiring corporation are against the wishes of the target corporation’s board and management. 88 $8.80 Add