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Lavery Lawyers | Canada | 12 Jun 2019

The government wants to know the shareholders’ true identity

Following the adoption of Bill C-86, which amends certain provisions of the Canada Business Corporations Act ("CBCA"), corporations will now need to


Lavery Lawyers | Canada, European Union | 11 Jun 2019

Artificial intelligence: Is your data well protected across borders?

Cross-border deals are always challenging, but when related to AI Technologies, such deas additionally involve substantial variations in terms of the


Lavery Lawyers | Canada | 3 Jun 2019

Heffel Gallery Limited : The National Importance of Foreign Art in Canada

On April 16, 2019, the Federal Court of Appeal issued a judgment resolving a deadlock that had been plaguing the Canadian art community since June 12


Lavery Lawyers | Canada | 22 May 2019

The countdown is on to protect your trademarks in Canada

Partner, Lawyer Partner, and Trade-mark Agent Partner, Lawyer Partner, and Trade-mark Agent A few weeks before the coming into force of the amendments


Lavery Lawyers | Canada | 16 May 2019

Amendments to the Pay Equity Act: What are the changes to expect?

On April 10, 2019, came into force several long-awaited amendments to the Pay Equity Act, which are mainly intended to improve the pay equity audit


Lavery Lawyers | Canada | 8 May 2019

Bill 141 and divided Co-ownerships: What changes in insurance for co-owners?

On June 13, 2018, Bill 141, An Act mainly to improve the regulation of the financial sector, the protection of deposits of money and the operation of


Lavery Lawyers | Canada | 8 May 2019

Projet de Loi 141 et copropriétés divises : Quelles modifications en matière d'assurance pour les copropriétaires?

Le 13 juin 2018, le Projet de Loi 141, intitulé Loi visant principalement à améliorer l’encadrement du secteur financier, la protection des dépôts


Lavery Lawyers | Canada | 2 May 2019

Les 5 éléments clés à considérer avant de devenir franchiseur

Notre équipe est fréquemment consultée par des entrepreneurs afin de répondre à la question suivante : nous désirons franchiser notre concept, alors


Lavery Lawyers | Canada | 1 May 2019

The 5 key factors to consider before becoming a franchisor

One of the most common scenarios involves a very enthusiastic customer approaching the owner of a new business concept with some local success (such


Lavery Lawyers | Canada | 25 Apr 2019

Mesures disciplinaires: Comment l’employeur doit agir pour réduire les risques de contestation?

À titre d’employeur, vous devez parfois imposer des mesures disciplinaires à vos employés problématiques. Il s’agit d’une situation difficile qui

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