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Posts from June 2019.

Over the past decade, a new corporate form, the “benefit corporation”, has become increasingly available and increasingly popular across the United States.[1] A benefit corporation is a special form of corporation that, in addition to aiming to generate profits by operating a business, promotes one or more public benefits that are identified in its constating ...

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On the heels of federal amendments to the Canada Business Corporation Act discussed in our previous blog post (the “CBCA Amendments”) and British Columbia’s 2017 commitment to adopt safeguards to prevent the misuse of corporate entities for tax evasion and other criminal purposes, such as money laundering, corruption and the financing of terrorist ...

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The Canadian Trade-marks Act will undergo substantial changes, many due to take effect on June 17 of this year. These changes will have a significant impact on the Canadian trademarks system. If your business currently owns a registered trademark, or is planning to register one soon, it is vital to learn about these changes. Below are four things to consider now in advance of ...

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