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Service Area: Business Law

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Wills, Trusts and Estates, Business Law, Real Estate
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Posted May 28, 2024

The recent announcement from the Federal Government regarding an increase in the capital gains inclusion rate for individuals, trusts, and corporations has sparked significant discussion.[...]
Business Law
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Join us and Invest Ottawa for an exclusive expert panel where you’ll uncover the secrets to recognizing the right time to plan your company exit[...]
Business Law
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Megan Wallace of Mann Lawyers will take you through the key considerations in respect of creating and operating a not-for-profit corporation or a registered charity,[...]
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Business Law
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Posted May 9, 2024

Every story has to start somewhere. When buying or selling a business, the journey usually begins with a well drafted letter of intent. A letter of[...]
Business Law
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Thinking about buying a franchise? Please join us for this complimentary webinar on May 15 at noon so we can provide you with general information[...]
Business Law
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Clearly written contracts are one of the best ways to protect your business. This Invest Ottawa seminar presented by Marina Abrosimov and Megan Wallace will[...]
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Business Law
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Posted March 13, 2024

A not-for-profit corporation incorporated pursuant to the Not-for-Profit Corporations Act (Ontario) (”ONCA”) is required to maintain certain records regarding the corporation, its members, directors and[...]
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Business Law
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Posted March 5, 2024

With India having touched down on the surface of the moon last year, an impressive achievement by all accounts, we are reminded of the dozens[...]
Employment, Labour, and Human Rights, Business Law
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Please join Travis Ujjainwalla, Employment Group Lead and Megan Wallace, Not-for-Profit and Charity Law Group Lead for this engaging session. We will cover: employment law[...]

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