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Louis Amato-Gauci quoted in Lexpert article: “Trade’s New Realities”

Lexpert Business of Law, "Trade's New Realities"

For lawyers working in international trade law – not to mention their clients – it’s a strange new world indeed. “We’ve been working forever in an atmosphere of liberal trade, and we’ve never seen anything like the current climate before,”...

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Twelfth edition of Sale of a Business published

The 12th edition of Sale of a Business by Jennifer Babe, a partner in the Banking and Financial Services Group in Miller Thomson’s Toronto office, has now been released. One of Canada’s leading commercial law practitioners, Babe has authored this comprehensive, step-by-step...

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Seasonal Gifts & Entertainment: Avoiding ethical, reputational and legal pitfalls

This time of year is when we typically reach out to our customers, suppliers and employees to show appreciation and celebrate the season and end of year. Businesses foster relationships and build trust by interacting with their network, an important part...

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And you thought your contract excluded “lost profits” claims…

In a somewhat surprising recent decision, the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled that a common contractual clause excluding claims for “loss of profits” did not achieve that result. Atos IT Solutions v. Sapient Canada Inc. involved a subcontract for data...

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Definition and Dissolution of a Partnership

A partnership is “the relation that subsists between persons carrying on a business in common with a view of profit” (The Partnership Act (Saskatchewan), RSS 1978, c P-3, section 3(1)). Partnerships can be formed in relation to any trade, occupation,...

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What Happens to a Partnership’s Assets and Liabilities upon Dissolution?

A partnership is “the relation that subsists between persons carrying on a business in common with a view of profit” (The Partnership Act (Saskatchewan), RSS 1978, c P-3, section 3(1)). Partnerships can be formed in relation to any trade, occupation,...

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Is it Time to Expand my Franchise Concept Internationally?

The Franchise Voice, Winter 2016 Issue

After years of hard work, your franchise concept is finally taking off. You are enjoying brand recognition and repeat visits from happy customers. You are getting traction from prospective franchisees who want to invest in a fresh, promising brand.

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Movable Hypothec on Monetary Claims: New Security Under the Civil Code for Cash Collateral

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Immigration

Thomson Reuters

Chapter in Miller Thomson’s Business Laws of Canada, all editions 2009-2015.

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Directors’ and Officers’ Liability Best Practices Guideline

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