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In a surprising recent decision with potential implications for public M&A transactions in Canada, the Supreme Court of Yukon determined that the “fair value” of the shares of InterOil Corporation (“Interoil”) acquired by Exxon Canada Holdings ULC (“Exxon”) in 2017 was significantly higher than the negotiated deal price.

The Acquisition of Interoil

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It was almost half a century ago that Milton Friedman pronounced, in a famous article in the New York Times Magazine, that a corporate executive is an agent of the shareholders, that “his primary responsibility is to them,” and that therefore “there is one and only one social responsibility of business - to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase ...

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Thresholds for notification of mergers under Canada’s Competition Act and the review of foreign investments under the Investment Canada Act have increased for 2019.

Competition Act

Under the Competition Act, the pre-merger notification “transaction-size” threshold for 2019 is now C$96 million, an increase from the 2018 threshold of C$92 million.

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