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By Don Sihota
Many privately owned businesses have more than one owner. This can be beneficial to a business, but it also poses its own problems.
By Sean Tessarolo
Most liability policies may be classified as either occurrence or claims-made policies. An occurrence policy responds where an event occurs during the policy period that gives rise to a covered loss.
By Samantha Ip, Catherine Repel
In the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision of Tree-Techol Tree Technology v. VIA Rail Canada Inc., 2017 ONCA 876 , the court considered whether an insured is under an obligation ...
By Laura James
After considerable debate and negotiation, the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement ("CETA") between Canada and the European Union came into effect in Canada on September 21, 2017.
By Don Sihota
Whether a business is worth $1 million or $100 million, the same principles apply when it comes to business succession.
By Don Sihota
In my last article, I discussed the concept of the earn-out. I mentioned that an earn-out is simply the method by which a purchaser seeks to reduce the risk it is taking on when purchasing a business.
By Daniel Paperny
The BC Court of Appeal has unanimously overturned a lower court ruling, and has found that a common exclusion clause regularly found in homeowner insurance policies is unambiguous...
By Bernard Pinsky
On October 31, 2017, the British Columbia Securities Commission ("BCSC") revoked and replaced BC Instrument 72-503 Distribution of Securities outside British Columbia (BCI 72-503).
By Michael Larsen
the will must be validly executed in accordance with requirements set out in section 37 of the Wills, Estates and Succession Act, SBC 2009 c 13 ...
By Bernard Pinsky
Israel has emerged as a leading market of high-tech, bio-tech and cyber security startups looking to go public, which comes with a wealth of potential.
By Richard Weiland, Cathie Brayley, Areet Kaila
The landscape could change when it comes to tax planning for private corporations, and now's the time to start preparing.
By Cathie Brayley, Richard Weiland, Areet Kaila, David Gordon
On July 18th the Liberal Government introduced a consultation paper, "Tax Planning Using Private Corporations" (the "Paper").
By William Holder
How far must an arbitrator go in disclosing a potential conflict of interest?
By Cathie Brayley
On July 18th the Liberal Government issued a consultation paper "Tax Planning Using Private Corporations" (the "Paper"). Our previous posts comment on various aspects of the topics covered by the Paper
By Cathie Brayley, Richard Weiland, Areet Kaila, David Gordon
On July 18th the Liberal Government introduced a consultation paper, "Tax Planning Using Private Corporations" (the "Paper").
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