On April 4, 2022, it was announced that Massey Capital, a private investment firm, closed a deal to acquire SMS Machine Tools Limited (“SMS”), an industry-leading distributor and servicer of […]
WeirFoulds LLP is pleased to announce that Carleigh Bassett has rejoined WeirFoulds as a partner in its Private Equity Practice Group, effective March 28, 2022. As the newest addition to […]
WeirFoulds welcomes new partner Lorraine M. Fleck to its Technology and Intellectual Property Law Practice Group
WeirFoulds LLP is pleased to announce that Lorraine M. Fleck has joined the partnership effective January 10, 2022. As the newest addition to the partnership, Lorraine brings with her a […]
On September 2, 2021, StageZero Life Sciences Ltd (“StageZero”) (TSX:SZLS) announced that it has completed its previously announced acquisition of the business of Health Clinics Limited (“Health Clinics”) through the […]
On August 25, 2021, WeCommerce Holdings Ltd (“WeCommerce”) announced that it officially acquired substantially all of the assets of Archetype Themes Inc. (“Archetype”), a leading designer and developer of premium […]
WeirFoulds is pleased to welcome Eliott Cheeseman as an Associate to the firm’s Private Equity Practice Group. Eliott is building a corporate practice focused on the sports, media, and technology […]
WeirFoulds is pleased to welcome three new associates to the firm in the following practice areas: Dara W. Azari – Securities Law Dara is an associate in WeirFoulds’ Securities Practice […]
WeirFoulds is pleased to announce that Rochelle Perera and Thomas Wong have joined the partnership effective January 1, 2021. Our two newest additions to the partnership each demonstrate a commitment […]
WeirFoulds is delighted to announce that Janet Bobechko has joined the firm as a partner in our Environmental Law and Corporate & Commercial Practice Groups. Janet joins WeirFoulds as a […]
WeirFoulds represents Benefit Partners Inc. in the completion of its acquisition by People Corporation
On November 28, 2018, Benefit Partners Inc. (“Benefit Partners” or “BPI”) announced the completion of its acquisition by People Corporation (TSX-V: PEO). WeirFoulds represented Benefit Partners Inc. and its principals, […]
WeirFoulds is pleased to announce that Partner, Rob Eberschlag, has been listed in the 2018/19 edition of the Lexpert Leading Canadian Lawyers in Global Mining. Rob is a well-regarded corporate and […]
On November 13, 2017 Optiv Security, a market-leading provider of end-to-end cyber security solutions announced that it is continuing to accelerate its growth strategy by acquiring Conexsys, a Toronto-based security […]
Local distribution electricity utilities (“LDCs”) have been a source of stable and predictable income for their municipal owners. That is in large measure a result of the fact that LDCs are providing a monopoly service overseen by a regulator charged with the obligation, among other things, to ensure the stability of the LDCs.
The 2015 Ontario Budget, released on April 23, includes proposed measures that are intended to set the stage for consolidation within Ontario’s electricity distribution sector. At a high level, the measures are a limited-duration reduction of barriers to private sector investment in municipally owned electricity utilities (MEUs).
WeirFoulds Partner Ralph Kroman on Canada’s Broader Anti-Spam Law: US Communications are at Risk.