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Pre-incorporation deals come with risks: Horst

People who put down a deposit for a property on behalf of a company that is not yet incorporated could lose that money if the buyer pulls out of the deal, says Toronto corporate ... Read more

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Bessin a trusted team member for business clients

In working with businesses involved in complex transactions, Toronto corporate lawyer Kobi Bessin  sees himself as part of the client’s team — a head ... Read more

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Strong protocols, personal brand key to successful small firm

Starting a solo or small firm is a reality for many new lawyers — but before opening your doors to clients, a number of important tools and processes have to be put in ... Read more

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Privacy compliance for private sector cannabis retailers part 2

In the final instalment of a two-part series on privacy compliance for private-sector cannabis retail,   Toronto business lawyer Peter Murphy   looks at  the ... Read more

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Trademark law is changing in Canada — is your brand ready?

By Inga Andriessen On June 17, 2019, a big change is taking place in Canada’s trademark world and it will matter to your brand if you don’t already have a ... Read more

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Spectacular N.Y. dispute offers lessons to business partners

A dramatic U.S. company dispute is a cautionary tale for new business partners, Windsor corporate lawyer  Laura Stairs tells  AdvocateDaily.com . The New York Post ... Read more

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Privacy compliance for private sector cannabis retailers part 1

In the first instalment of a two-part series on privacy compliance for cannabis retail stores,   Toronto business lawyer Peter Murphy   looks at the role privacy will ... Read more

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Trusted advisor Redlick is clients' first port of call

When a deal-making opportunity comes into view for clients, Toronto corporate lawyer Sammy Redlick  wants his number to be the first they dial. Redlick, partner ... Read more

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Valuation clause important part of shareholder's agreement

A shareholder’s agreement that doesn’t contain a valuation clause could create uncertainty and even animosity among parties if an evaluation of shares is required ... Read more

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Imparting wisdom, without sounding like a jerk

By Inga Andriessen The Law Society of Ontario’s bencher elections are in full swing. There are many candidates, some running for specific causes and some running ... Read more

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Syndicated mortgage rule proposals offer protection: Horst

A Canadian Securities Administrators’ (CSA) plan to increase oversight of syndicated mortgages is an effort to protect ‘unsophisticated’ investors from risk, ... Read more

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Mock trials show students exciting side of legal profession

Mentoring students through the mock trial process offers lawyers an ideal opportunity to give back, as well as a chance to show high school students how enjoyable the legal ... Read more

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Court extends order suspending legal proceedings against big tobacco companies

TORONTO — An Ontario court has extended an order that suspended legal proceedings against three big tobacco companies. JTI-Macdonald Corp., Rothmans, ... Read more

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CBCA disclosure requirements in force as of June 2019

Amendments to the  Canada Business Corporations Act  (CBCA) that require a company to disclose the identity of its shareholders may lead to more businesses incorporating ... Read more

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Business lawyer best bet for contracts, incorporation process

While it seems simple to incorporate online or download sample employment contracts from the internet, working with a lawyer when setting up a company can help ensure ... Read more

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What to expect in an Ontario business lawsuit

By Anton Katz If you are a small business owner and you’ve decided to sue – or are being sued – you’re probably anxious about what lies ahead. As a ... Read more

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Properly worded shareholders agreement is a must: Horst

When someone dies with a life insurance policy listing a clear beneficiary, anyone with a dispute   should have solid evidence to support their argument, ... Read more

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Professionalism matters: Andriessen

By Inga Andriessen The word professional is battered about a lot these days. When I first went to law school, it was said that the difference between a profession and an ... Read more

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Can your Toronto small business avoid litigation?

By Anton Katz As a small business owner, you’re probably no stranger to setting goals for your business and mapping out a plan to achieve those goals. But there’s ... Read more

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Thinking about suing your business partner?

By Anton Katz Small business owners have to juggle many competing demands in order to succeed. If you are a Toronto small business owner considering litigation against your ... Read more

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