Minden Gross LLP

Minden Gross LLP
Minden Gross LLP

Minden Gross LLP is a full-service business law firm providing representation and assistance in the broad areas of real estate, corporate and commercial transactions, litigation, securities and capital markets, and employment and labour law. We also counsel and assist clients in personal matters related to their tax and estate planning. Our services are scalable and tailored to meet the specific needs of our clients, from large international and national organizations to small business enterprises and individuals. We seek solutions that are practical, effective, and timely for our clients.

Minden Gross LLP Posts

Securities regulators provide guidance to cannabis issuers on disclosure of potential conflicts of interest

By Andrew Elbaz, Alexander Katznelson On November 12, 2019, the Ontario Securities Commission, British Columbia Securities Commission, the Autorité des marchés financiers, the Financial and Consumer ... Read more

Make a will month – who owns your digital assets and personal data?

We know that a comprehensive estate plan will ensure that your assets get distributed according to your wishes. What assets, exactly, does this plan include? When we create an ... Read more

Make a Will Month: Storing cord blood or embryos? Don’t forget estate planning.

By Sheila Morris - Wills and Estates Litigator - Minden Gross LLP Whether it is storing cord blood after giving birth or freezing embryos in anticipation of pregnancy, more and more of our clients are banking their genetic material. There are all ... Read more

Joan Jung attends the Ontario Tax Conference

By Joan Jung Tax and succession planning lawyer, Joan Jung, attended the 2019 Ontario Tax Conference held at the Delta Hotels Toronto Airport & Conference Centre on October 28-29, 2019. ... Read more

The CRA wants a piece of your termination pay

By Samantha Prasad What’s a “retiring allowance”…and what’s not You’d think termination pay, severance packages, and other compensation for getting the so-called ... Read more

Government increases Small Claims Court limit to $35,000: What does this mean for businesses?

By Samantha Bogoroch On October 23, 2019, the Ontario government announced that for the first time in a decade, it will increase the Small Claim Courts limit to $35,000. Effective January 1, 2020, the ... Read more

Selling your vacation home

By Samantha Prasad No holiday from taxes Now that summer is a distant memory and winter is coming, many owners of recreational properties are considering a sale or transfer to the next generation, ... Read more

BIG DEAL: First Gulf sells East Harbour Project to Cadillac Fairview

First Gulf completed the sale of the East Harbour Project to Cadillac Fairview on September 25, 2019. Toronto’s East Harbour project is a 38-acre site that will offer 10 ... Read more

Tax issues for estate administration lawyers

By Joan Jung Attention all Estate Administration Lawyers! Don’t miss Joan Jung’s riveting whitepaper on testamentary trusts, section 116 compliance, and reassessment issues! Joan ... Read more

So you want to be an adjudicator?: Update on Ontario’s Construction Act adjudication process

By Marta O. Lewycky By: Marta O. Lewycky, Partner, Commercial Real Estate and Leasing, and Joshua Hersh, Student-at-Law Do you want to be a Construction Act adjudicator? Adjudication is the new ... Read more

Updated! Canada votes 2019: Employers’ federal election day obligations

By Carrington Hickey Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called a federal election for October 21, 2019. As Canadians prepare to head to the polls, employers should be aware of their Election Day ... Read more

The Fund Library publishes Samantha Prasad's "How to protect 'retiring allowances' from the tax man"

What to do with money you get on leaving a job In August, the Canadian unemployment rate dropped to 5.4% from 6% in August 2018. But although the rates have dropped considerably, ... Read more

Jennifer Katz posts "Quebec’s Ban on At-Home Cultivation Ruled Unconstitutional" on Canada Cannabis Legal

By Jennifer Katz On September 3, 2019, the Quebec Superior Court (QSC) ruled that the Quebec government’s laws banning the possession and cultivation of cannabis plants for personal use were ... Read more

When is the driver of a car considered not to be in possession of their own vehicle?

By Irvin Schein Written by litigator and mediator Irvin Schein and originally published at irvinschein.com In the recent Court of Appeal decision in McKay v. Park, Hnatiuk and TD Home and Auto ... Read more

Toronto woman must pay damages to Celine, Givenchy, Dior, and Louis Vuitton in counterfeit sales case

By Sepideh Nassabi Natalie Mary Tobey sold counterfeit Celine, Givenchy, Dior, and Louis Vuitton merchandise through a retail business operating at various locations including a home on Old Yonge ... Read more