A leading Canadian business law firm, Stikeman Elliott LLP has 500 lawyers in five offices across Canada as well as in New York, London and Sydney. The firm is recognized by Chambers Global, the IFLR 1000, Lexpert and other publications for market-leading corporate finance and M&A teams with an exceptional track record in major cross-border and multijurisdictional matters. The firm is also ranked at or near the top of the Canadian market in each of its remaining core practice areas - banking, corporate commercial, real estate, tax, insolvency, structured finance, competition, intellectual property, administrative law, employment and business litigation - and has developed in-depth knowledge of a wide range of industries from banking and insurance to oil & gas, electrical energy, mining, telecommunications and technology.
Founded in 1952 in Montréal by H. Heward Stikeman and R. Fraser Elliott, Stikeman Elliott expanded to London in 1969 and Toronto in 1971, followed by Ottawa, New York, Vancouver, Calgary and Sydney. Through all of its growth and in each of its offices, its founders' vision of a creative, entrepreneurial, business-oriented law firm has been carefully maintained, with the result being the consistency of quality, approach and client service for which the firm is well known in its home country and around the world.
CanadianEnergyLaw.com is Stikeman Elliott's energy-focused blog, featuring timely and practical information on important developments in energy and emissions trading.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Who publishes CanadianEnergyLaw.com?
CanadianEnergyLaw.com is published, and its content created, by members of Stikeman Elliott.
2. If I currently receive Stikeman Elliott's Energy Law Update or Emissions Trading & Climate Change Update by email, do I have to sign up on this website?
No. Clients that receive our updates by email will now receive notification when such an update is posted on this blog, and the email will include a link to the content. If you do not receive the updates, you can sign up to receive notification of major postings on CanadianEnergyLaw.com by either email or RSS feed.
3. If I receive the current Energy Law Update or Emissions Trading & Climate Change Update by email, why should I sign up for RSS, email notification or check the blog regularly?
As stated above, subscribers to our updates will continue to receive notification of those updates by email. CanadianEnergyLaw.com, however, allows us to provide a greater amount of content than we traditionally send out by email. While we will continue to send out email notifications of significant updates, we will use this blog to complement such updates with timely posts relevant to current energy-related issues. By regularly checking this site or signing up for RSS, you will be able to enjoy this content as well.
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