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Don't Be A Materiality Scrape Goat
Contemplating selling your business? Considering entering into a purchase agreement? Materiality scrape provisions are something you should be keeping an eye out for.
Canada
8 Oct 2019
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So You Want To Start A Brewery Or Distillery? Things You Need To Know To Start Your Business On A Solid Legal Foundation: Corporate Structure, Licensing, Intellectual Property, And Lease Agreements
Consider the best ownership structure for you and your partners. Below are several options for how to set up your business and the advantages
Canada
20 Aug 2019
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A Black Power Suit . . . Or An Orange One? How Corporate Directors May Be Subject To Personal Liability And How Best To Avoid It.
Legally, corporations are considered separate legal persons: they can sue and be sued; they pay taxes; they can enter into contracts; they can do things (or fail to do things) – just the same as an individual person can.
Canada
10 Jul 2019
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New Shareholder Information Requirements For CBCA Companies
Corporations incorporated under the Canada Business Corporations Act (the "CBCA") are about to face a significant increase in the share ownership information that they are required to collect.
Canada
10 Jun 2019
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Nova Scotia Aims To Supercharge Start-Up Growth With Revised Equity Tax Credit – Updated Following Spring 2019 Provincial Budget: Corporate Investors Now Eligible
On January 17, 2019, NSFTB announced changes to the Province's Equity Tax Credit program, a popular tax credit program that has been in place since 1994 and utilized by many Nova Scotia companies and investors...
Canada
1 May 2019
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Structuring Your Fishing Business For Growth: Selecting The Optimal Business Model To Minimize Risk And Maximize Profit
Have you received advice from an accountant or a lawyer on the best way to structure your fishing business?
Canada
20 Feb 2019
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Nova Scotia Aims To Supercharge Start-Up Growth With Revised Equity Tax Credit
On January 17, 2019, NSFTB announced changes to the Province's Equity Tax Credit program, a popular tax credit program that has been in place since 1994 and utilized by many Nova Scotia companies and investors...
Canada
25 Jan 2019
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Parties, Cocktails & Cannabis – The Triple Threat For Host Liability
This is the first holiday season in the post-legalization of cannabis era. If, as an employer, you are planning a holiday gathering ...
Canada
3 Dec 2018
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A Closer Look At Illicit Loans And Financial Assistance In Newfoundland And Labrador
A few years ago, we canvassed the now outdated and antiquated financial assistance (or illicit loan) provisions that remain in the Newfoundland and Labrador Corporations Act (the "Act") ...
Canada
20 Nov 2018
10
A Primer On Fisheries Offences
The federal and provincial governments have established a complex regulatory scheme to govern the fishing industry in Atlantic Canada and elsewhere.
Canada
5 Nov 2018
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Getting Your ‘Duck-Uments' In A Row: Why Proper Corporate Records Are More Important Than You Might Think
Incorporating a company in Newfoundland and Labrador is a fairly easy and painless process: three simple online forms and a filing fee gets you an official certificate of incorporation ...
Canada
1 Oct 2018
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Why Multinationals And Their Advisors Should Consider Including Nova Scotia Companies In Their Structures
Nova Scotia can deliver significant benefits to multinational entities as a result of the province's unique corporate law framework, multinational-friendly tax regime, abundance of government...
Canada
30 May 2018
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SCC Upholds Inter-Provincial Liquor Trade Restrictions: One Man's Goodbye To Constitutionally Guaranteed Cheap Quebec Beer And The Broader Implications
On April 19, 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) released its much anticipated decision in R v. Comeau, i.e. the "beer case".
Canada
23 Apr 2018
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Shareholder Loans: Are They Equity Or Debt?
Tudor Sales Ltd. (Re), 2017 BCSC 119 is a case from British Columbia that dealt with whether shareholder loans, as a non-arm's length transaction, are properly characterized as debt, or as equity.
Canada
31 Mar 2017
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When The Courts "Exclude" An Exclusionary Clause, Insurers Have A Duty To Defend
The present litigation resulted from two actions launched by Armel Drapeau (Drapeau) following an investigation carried out by the Financial and Consumer Services Commission...
Canada
3 Jan 2017
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PEI Court Addresses Common Law Vehicle Ownership And Piercing The Corporate Veil
It is relatively commonplace for corporations to allow their corporate officers to also use the company vehicle for personal use.
Canada
8 Dec 2016
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Substantive Consolidation: Efficient And Equitable Restructuring Of Group Companies
Gray Aqua Group of Companies, Re is a case from New Brunswick that dealt with the remedy of substantive consolidation under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA).
Canada
16 Aug 2016
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The Latest On Crowdfunding Exemptions In Nova Scotia And New Brunswick
Several Canadian securities regulators, including those in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, have been busy formulating a structure to make it possible to purchase and sell securities through crowdfunding.
Canada
17 Feb 2016
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When Standard Form Contracts Are Non-Standard
The world of the contract lawyer should never be immune from the press for efficiency; the reliable, predictable and confidently reproducible contract in standard form is the one-size solution to fit most client needs.
Canada
12 Jan 2016
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Crowd Funding In New Brunswick - Legal Issues To Consider
Equity crowd funding provides an innovative, fresh and new opportunity for entrepreneurs to fund their start up corporations in New Brunswick.
Canada
8 Sep 2015
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