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By Caroline J. Smith
The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal recently released a decision of note to any business that uses or provides letters of credit as security for contractual obligations, or is considering doing so: Veolia Water Technologies, Inc v K+S Potash Canada General Partnership (Veolia).
By Christopher Masich
Today environmental due diligence and managing environmental risk are fundamental aspects of most (if not all) commercial transactions. Whether acting for developer, buyer, seller, purchaser,
By Joseph Gill
In the past decade, we have seen the creation and massive expansion of what is commonly referred to as "cryptocurrency".
By Matthew Bennett
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement, is a form of contract used in business relationships ...
By David J. Ukrainetz
In Canada, corporations can be established under either federal or provincial law. The federal government and the governments of each of the provinces all have legislation that governs corporations
By Christopher Masich
On December 20, 2018, Health Canada commenced its regulatory consultation for proposed amendments to the Cannabis Act ...
By David J. Ukrainetz
Conventional oil and gas production involves a producer getting access to oil and gas that is trapped underground by drilling and establishing a well-site that is located aboveground.
By Kamara Willett
Prospective property owners are often drawn to older buildings for their charming facades or classic architectural features.
By Zina Scott
On November 1, 2018, the federal government's Regulations for the Monitoring of Medical Assistance in Dying ("MAiD") came into force.
By Katherine Melnychuk
When Mr. Lawrence Moore died, he left behind a messy legal issue for his surviving spouse and ex-wife to deal with: Who gets the life insurance proceeds?
By Zina Scott
Social media is a constant presence in our personal and professional lives. The majority of people access and update various social media profiles multiple times each day ...
By Graham E. Quick
In a previous article entitled "Enforcing Judgments: Not just a matter of being paid," we discussed judgment enforcement in Saskatchewan. In that article, it was noted that obtaining a judgment
By Caroline J. Smith, Collin Hirschfeld
On November 20, 2018, the Saskatchewan government introduced a bill to amend The Builders' Lien Act (the Prompt Payment Bill).
By George A. Green
Employers are generally familiar with the distinction between an employee and an independent contractor.
By Joseph Gill
Announced on April 10, 2018, the Saskatchewan Technology Startup Incentive (STSI) provides early-stage tech companies ...