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Alberta's Prospectus Exemption For Start-Up Businesses
If you're a start-up, raising money can feel like a full time job. Alberta recently brought in a few rule changes which may be of interest: ASC Rule 45-517 Prospectus Exemption for Start-up Businesses.
Canada
26 Sep 2016
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A Binding "Clickwrap Agreement" From Paper?
Consumers and businesses routinely enter into binding contracts by means of both paper agreements and online "click-through" agreements.
Canada
14 Jul 2016
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Clickwrap Agreement From A Paper Contract?
Can a binding contract be formed merely with a link to another set of terms? (For background on this topic, check out our earlier post What, exactly, is a browsewrap? which reviews browsewraps, clickwraps, clickthroughs, terms of use, terms of service and EULAs).
Canada
20 Apr 2016
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What Happens When A Franchise Agreement Ends - Part Three: Rescission
In our previous posts (See Part 1 and Part 2), we reviewed restrictive covenants and cancellation rights under franchise laws.
Canada
3 Mar 2016
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Limitations Of Liability: Do They Work In The Alberta Oilpatch?
Let's consider that contract you're about to sign. Does it contain a limitation of liability? And if so, are those even enforceable?
Canada
28 Sep 2015
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What Happens When A Franchise Agreement Ends, Part Three: Rescission
In our previous posts, we reviewed restrictive covenants and cancellation rights under franchise laws. In a recent decision out of the Ontario Court of Appeal, the dispute focussed on the right of rescission.
Canada
24 Sep 2015
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What Happens When A Franchise Agreement Ends, Part Two: Cancellation
In some cases, a franchise relationship ends after many years of business.
Canada
13 Mar 2015
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Is "One Dollar" Sufficient For A Patent Assignment?
You may have read the recitals or introductory clauses in a license or an assignment agreement.
Canada
7 Jan 2015
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Crowdfunding: Tips for the Start-Up
If you are a start-up considering the crowdfunding route, let’s talk. Here are a few tips to consider: ..
Canada
25 Sep 2014
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Crowdfunding: A Canadian Update
A Canadian company, Vrvana, Inc. is seeking $350,000 through Kickstarter, to finance its development of a virtual reality headset marketed as the Totem.
Canada
24 Sep 2014
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The Transitional Period & Implied Consent Under CASL
If the term "CASL compliance" is giving you a nervous twitch, you’re not alone.
Canada
18 Jun 2014
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Death Of A Franchise: Are Restrictive Covenants Enforceable?
A "Pet Valu" franchisee in Ontario claimed that sales were declining, so the owner tried to escape her franchise agreement.
Canada
3 Mar 2014
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What Happens When A Franchise Agreement Ends, Part 1: Restrictive Covenants
A "Pet Valu" franchisee in Ontario claimed that sales were declining, so she terminated the Franchise Agreement. After termination of the agreement, her husband established a competing "Pet Stuff" business nearby.
Canada
25 Nov 2013
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All Tied Up: Restrictive Covenants After Sale Of A Business
Restrictive covenants attempt to tie up a business person who sells a business, in order to restrict that person from competing against the business they just sold.
Canada
2 Oct 2013
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Primer On Contract Interpretation (Part 3)
A review of the Alberta Court of Appeal’s guidelines to assist with basic contract interpretation.
Canada
26 Jun 2013
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Intellectual Property Issues In Corporate-Commercial Transactions
When Volkswagen Group offered £430 million for the assets of Rolls-Royce Motors in 1998, legend has it that Volkswagen acquired the factory, plus the rights to certain brands, but not the famous Rolls-Royce trade-mark name.
Canada
24 Apr 2012
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