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20.04.20

Disclosure considerations for reporting issuers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
Securities Bulletin
By Jessica Brown and Lindsay Cox

17.04.20

Federal Government announces assistance for Canada’s oil and natural gas industry
Energy Bulletin
By Robyn Finley, Yang Guo (Student-at-Law) and Mike Chernos (Student-at-Law)

15.04.20

Government of Alberta announces temporary changes for the energy industry in response to COVID-19
Energy Bulletin
By Carolyn Wright, Evan W. Dixon and Mike Henry (Student-at-Law)

14.04.20

Restructuring options to encourage business viability in light of COVID-19
Restructuring and Insolvency Bulletin
By David LeGeyt, Heather DiGregorio, Ryan Algar and Katy Josephs (Student-at-Law)

13.04.20

ISS issues policy guidance in response to impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic
Securities Bulletin
By Jessica Brown and Mike Chernos (Student-at-Law)

03.04.20

Weathering the storm: financial relief for businesses made available in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Employment and Tax Bulletin
By the BD&P Employment and Tax Groups

01.04.20

Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project Clears Legal Hurdles
The Negotiator, Canadian Association Of Petroleum Landmen (CAPL), April 2020
By Paul Chiswell and Brendan Downey

01.04.20

A positive outlook for Canada’s propane industry
Financier Worldwide, April 2020
By Alicia Quesnel and Robyn Finley

30.03.20

The Canadian Revenue Agency extends nearly all tax filing deadlines due to COVID-19
Tax Bulletin
By Heather DiGregorio

24.03.20

Distress Preferred Shares are an option for borrowers to avoid insolvency or bankruptcy
Tax Bulletin
By Heather DiGregorio and the BD&P Tax Group

20.03.20

The new Government measures to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic: an FAQ for employers
Employment Bulletin
By Janna Young and James Jeffrey

16.03.20

Force majeure clauses might cover COVID-19 and partially excuse contractual duties
Litigation Bulletin
By Robert Martz, Andrew Sunter and Paul Beke

11.03.20

Supreme Court of Canada rules that Nevsun Resources might owe damages for alleged forced labour, opening the door to civil liability for breaches of international law
Litigation Bulletin
By Robert Martz and Paul Beke

10.03.20

Preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace: key considerations for Alberta employers
Employment Bulletin
By Janna Young and James Jeffrey

22.01.20

Bill C-69: Introducing the Canadian Energy Regulator and the Impact Assessment Agency
Energy Regulation Quarterly, January 2020
By Evan Dixon, Brittney LaBranche, Brendan Downey and Mike Chernos (Student-at-Law)

20.01.20

Supreme Court of Canada takes thirty minutes to unanimously reject British Columbia’s proposed regulation of Alberta heavy oil through the Trans Mountain Pipeline
Litigation Bulletin
By Paul Chiswell, Robert Martz and Brendan Downey

20.12.19

Overlapping arbitration and litigation: when can the court step in?
ADR Perspectives, ADR Institute of Canada
by Andrew Sunter and Susan Fader

03.12.19

Let’s talk about royalties: the continued uncertainty surrounding the creation and legal status of the overriding royalty
Alberta Law Review, Volume 52, Issue 2
by David LeGeyt, Ashley Weldon, Natasha Wood and Brendan Downey

18.11.19

Radically redefining roles: proposed Indigenous ownership of the Trans Mountain pipeline
Energy Newsletter - November 2019
By Robyn Finley

18.11.19

Summary judgment is increasingly unavailable for disputes involving oil and gas contracts
Energy Newsletter - November 2019
by Katy Josephs (Student-at-Law)

18.11.19

One step closer to expanding Trans Mountain pipeline: a case comment on Reference Re: Environmental Management Act (British Columbia), 2019 BCCA 181
Energy Newsletter - November 2019
By Ben Otto

18.11.19

Interpreting offset well clauses in light of horizontal drilling: an analysis of two new cases
Energy Newsletter - November 2019
By Leslie-Anne Bowyer and Katy Josephs (Students-at-Law)

17.11.19

Securities tribunal uses public interest jurisdiction to prevent Group Mach’s offer for Transat A.T. from getting off the ground
Securities Bulletin
by Jacob Hoeppner and Braeden Pivnick

31.10.19

Proposed amendments to the Canadian Securities Administrator’s BAR requirements
Securities Bulletin
by Katy Josephs (Student-at-Law)