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Federal Court’s Decision in Atlas Tube Canada ULC: Beware, Tax Due Diligence Reports May Not Be Privileged

Canada - November 27 2018 In Canada (National Revenue) v Atlas Tube Canada ULC, the Federal Court (FC) held that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), in the course of an ongoing...

Élisabeth Robichaud.

Canada Proposes Regime for Deferred Prosecution Agreements

Canada - April 11 2018 The Canadian government recently tabled legislation to implement a regime for deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) for corporations accused of...

John Bodrug.

Anti-Corruption Legislation in Canada

Canada - January 25 2018 This publication summarizes Canada's foreign and domestic anti-corruption legislation in relation to dealings with public officials. It is relevant...

John Bodrug.

Canada Repeals Facilitation Payments Exception in Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act

Canada - October 30 2017 The Canadian government announced on October 30, 2017, that it is repealing the exception for “facilitation payments” to the offence of bribery under...

John Bodrug.

Government of Canada Consults on Tools to Address Corporate Wrongdoing

Canada - October 20 2017 Many jurisdictions around the world have implemented frameworks to deter and address the consequences of criminal and quasi-criminal business...

John Bodrug.