Contributor Page
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 604 6881351
Fax: +1 604 6697642
2700 - 700 West Georgia Street
V7Y 1B8
By Stewart Muglich
The U.S. SEC recently adopted final rules that are intended to modernize how companies can raise money to fund their businesses through intrastate (Rules 147 and 147A) and small offerings (Rule 504)...
By Michael Watt
This time last year the Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence spoke out about making less than her male co-stars after the Sony hack revealed payroll figures on the internet.
By Hollis Bromley
In the coverage action, the Court granted judgment in favour of the defendants against the third party Intact Insurance Company ("Intact")...
By Derek Frenette
You are a craft brewery owner. Business is great – your sales are growing and you are increasing production. Without warning, the unthinkable occurs: you get a letter from the lawyers for Mega Brewing.
By Patrick Cleary
The following article discusses the differences between traditional tendering contracts and request for proposals (or RFPs), in relation to the duty of good faith.
By Laura Hanson
Under B.C.'s former and current Limitation Act, the limitation period for a Plaintiff's claim can be extended on the basis of a Defendant having acknowledged in writing some liability for the cause of action.
By Stewart Muglich
Last week, Bill C-25 was introduced which would amend the Canada Business Corporations Act (the "CBCA") to, among other things, make "majority voting" mandatory for all "distributing corporations"...
By Stewart Muglich
Cyber security has been identified as a priority area in the Canadian Securities Administrators ("CSA") 2016‑2019 Business Plan as well as by some CSA members.
By Amanda Winters
Canada Jetlines Ltd. and NewLeaf Travel Company are hoping to capture a piece of the commercial air travel pie by competing for passengers looking for low-budget, no-frills air travel.
By Gordon Buck
One of the key components of conducting civil litigation in British Columbia is the production and discovery of documents by each of the parties to the lawsuit.
By Stewart Muglich
The Ontario Securities Commission has published for comment Proposed OSC Rule 72 503 – Distributions Outside of Canada and its related companion policy.
By Michael Watt
We take this opportunity to remind you that every employer in British Columbia is required to develop, implement and maintain both a workplace harassment policy and workplace harassment program.
By Gordon Buck
Tthe Supreme Court of Canada issued a highly-anticipated decision which provides important guidance on the interpretation and application of standard "faulty workmanship" exclusions...
By Scott Harcus
In the recent decision of Buckle v. Timberview Developments Ltd., 2016 BCSC 1301, Justice Williams considered a petition by Steve Buckle to have a lien discharged from the title of a property in Whistler B.C...
By Jennifer O'Leary
The British Columbia Court of Appeal determined for the first time that legal costs incurred before an insured gives its insurer notice of a claim can fall within a "voluntary payments" clause in an insurance policy.
Contributor's Topics