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Business Law
We offer skilled counsel in all areas of business and corporate law, including advising on matters such as:

  • Partnerships, including Partnership Agreements, Limited Partnerships (LPs), Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs), and Partnership Disputes
  • Incorporation, Purchase, or Sale of a Business
  • Franchising or the Purchase or Sale of a Franchise
  • Professional Corporations
  • Buying or Selling Commercial Property
  • Employer-Employee Issues and Disputes, including Employment Contracts, Non Competition, Non Solicitation and Non Disclosure Agreements
  • Contract Negotiations and Drafting, including Development Contracts, Confidentiality Agreements, Service Level Agreements, and Technology Licenses
  • Corporate Restructuring
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Negligence or Fraudulent Misrepresentations and related Fiduciary Duties
  • Product Labeling Matters

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Are emails at work confidential or privileged?
Monday, September 10, 2012
A reader wondered about communicating with her lawyer from work.  In particular, she wondered if such communications are confidential or privileged. Generally, communications between a client and her lawyer are subject to solicitor-client privilege, and may not be revealed in court. However, if the client contacts her lawyer from work, and in particular uses her […]

BC court confirms website terms of use enforceable as legal contracts
Thursday, September 8, 2011
In Century 21 Canada Limited Partnership v. Rogers Communications Inc., 2011 BCSC 1196, the BC Court held that Rogers infringed Century 21’s copyright and terms of use by scraping Century 21’s real estate listings from its website and incorporating the listings into the real estate search engine Zoocasa. Starting in 2008, Zoocasa copied photos, property […]

Operating a business together
Thursday, September 30, 2010
You and a buddy want to operate a business, and both of you want to save some money. You’re both informal people eager to get on with business, so both of you simply start selling stuff.  You’ve just entered into a partnership with your buddy.  As partners, each of you is liable to the full […]

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