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By Andrew Elbaz
In recent weeks, The Globe and Mail has published several scathing articles concerning Canadian securities regulators and Canadian capital markets. The Globe identified several deficiencies...
By Andrew Elbaz, Joseph Jamil
A British company changed its name from On-line Plc to On-line Blockchain Plc (ONL:LN), and saw its shares surge 394%; Colorado-based Bioptix Inc.
By Andrew Elbaz
On December 18, 2017, the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (the "SEC") temporarily suspended trading in the securities of The Crypto Company (the "Crypto Co.") until January 3, 2018.
By Stephen Posen, Stephen Messinger, Christina Kobi
Since the 1970s, a series of three Supreme Court of Canada cases – commonly referred to as the "Trilogy" – has established a common law principle to assist landlords and tenants in allocating risk in the absence of express provisions.
By Samantha Prasad
Parents with kids in post-secondary schools often get a case of sticker shock around this time of the year.
By Matt Maurer, Whitney Abrams
Chair of the Minden Gross LLP Cannabis Law Group, Matt Maurer, and co-author Whitney Abrams ​give a brief summary of where each province stands on minimum age requirements, sales and distribution, and the status of ​their cannabis legislation in "Provincial Adult-use Cannabis Plans: What we know so far" published in the December 2017 edition of Canadian CANNAINVESTOR magazine.
By Matt Maurer
The Canadian Government recently released its proposal on what the Canadian cannabis regulatory regime could look like, including a fairly detailed account of what the business licensing system could entail.
By Minden Gross LLP
Update: Bill 148 - Employment Standards Act Amendments
By Matt Maurer
Chair of the Cannabis Law Group, Matt Maurer, was quoted in about whether the Senate could delay Bill C-45, known as the Cannabis Act, from coming into force...
By A. Irvin Schein
An employee is notified that the business he works for has been sold. The purchaser asks the employee to stay on and continue working.
By Joan Jung
On July 14, 2017, the Ontario Ministry of Finance announced a review of the land transfer tax applicable to unregistered dispositions of beneficial interests in land for the stated purposes of improving...
By Andrew Elbaz, Alexandra L. Toten
Securities lawyers Andrew Elbaz and Sasha Toten with Joseph Jamil, Student-at-Law, discuss the CSA's recent announcement ​regarding disclosure expectations for cannabis companies...
By Matt Maurer
Matt Maurer shares where he thinks the Canadian cannabis industry is headed as the nation gets closer to its legalization deadline in July 2018 in the first issue of Grow Opportunity.
By Matt Maurer, Whitney Abrams
Matt Maurer and Whitney Abrams published their article on what existing restaurateurs need to know about Canada's Proposed Cannabis Act and its relation to the food industry.
By Samantha Prasad
Often the decision to sell a recreational property is made in the fall, after the summer residence is shut down for the winter
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