You’re a Canadian public company with no U.S. operations. You don’t file reports with the SEC. You plan to merge with another Canadian public company in a share-for-share exchange, structured as a Canadian plan of arrangement. Do you need to hire U.S. counsel to assist on this Canadian deal? Yes. Canadian public companies invariably have...
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