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Conflict Minerals Update

Posted in Aerospace & Defence, Buy America, Corporate Counsel, Cross-border deals, Cross-border trade, Customs Law, Energy, Government Procurement, Trade Agreeements

With the first disclosures due on May 31, 2014, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has still not given industry a sense of when any guidance will be published. As such, publicly traded companies are still left to figure out how best to comply.  The immediate impact, of course, is on those companies required to… Continue Reading

Canada Has Not Yet Ratified the ICSID Convention

Posted in Cross-border litigation, Energy, Environment, International Arbitrations, NAFTA Chapter 11, Politics, Provincial Courts, Provincial Governments

Canada signed the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States (ICSID) on December 15, 2006 and investors and trade lawyers have been patiently waiting ever since for the Government of Canada to ratify the ICSID . We have been waiting and waiting. In 2008, the Government of Canada passed… Continue Reading

Crossing Borders: TransCanada Pipeline, Oil, Jobs?

Posted in Buy America, Canada's Federal Government, Cross-border trade, Energy, Environment, Labour

By: Amanda Fowler, University of Windsor law student Alberta’s oil sands have become a popular component of the trade relationship between Canada and the United States. As a Canadian citizen growing up in Southern Ontario, the developments with oil sands production has not been a direct provincial concern. However, after learning about the interconnected nature… Continue Reading