Canada has been at the forefront of cross-border innovation for many years, primarily because of its proximity to the US and the plethora of trade and business relationships across the North American border. GRR investigates the techniques developed since the multi-jurisdictional insolvency of telecoms giant Nortel, and hears why the monitor and its international cousin the “information officer” can sometimes cause confusion in cross-border cases.
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