Brian Lenihan and Stephen Hurwitz on US-Canadian Dealmaking

Mergers & Acquisitions:

 | November 1, 2009

 | Brian Lenihan and Stephen Hurwitz

Brian Lenihan, chair of private equity and partner in business & technology, and Stephen Hurwitz, partner in business & technology, were quoted in “Tracking Regulatory Leakage: Lawmakers in the US are Having a Field Day at the Expense of Wall Street; Canadian Deal Pros Should Take Notice” published in Mergers & Acquisitions: The Dealmaker’s Journal.  The article examines the interplay between legislation in the US and Canada, specifically focusing on how changes to US tax law affect Canadian law, and how these changes impact cross-border deal flow.  Mr. Lenihan spoke about Canada’s antitrust laws, and Mr. Hurwitz commented on how changes in exchange rates impact deal flow. 



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