What should your lawyer be doing for you during a capital raise? – This week’s blog lists the top 10 private placement questions for a Zen-like closing.
While the nation may turn 150, we Canadians have only lived on our own for 35 years. This week’s blog shines a light on the Patriation of the Constitution.
How a verbal finder’s fee agreement was upheld by a Canadian Court and led to a large pay-day for a finder-turned employee.
Host liability is an important consideration for a corporate event. As an employer, you have a duty of care towards your employees. Learn more in our blog.
Vaughan corporate and securities lawyer, Joseph Chiummiento offers insight on what you need to know in order to register a patent for your invention.
Canada has emerged as a leader in the artificial intelligence space. In our latest blog, learn about a few companies that are using AI in cool areas and unexpected applications bringing innovation to such fields as the pet industry, Fintech and even the legal field.
Corporate & securities lawyer Joseph Chiummiento describes legal consequences in case of a cybersecurity attack & current best practices to limit liability.
What are the key legal decisions when taking a leap into entrepreneurship? – Find out in our latest blog by corporate lawyer Joseph Chiummiento.
How are minority shareholders protected under the oppression remedy and how can you deal with being treated unfairly by a company? Find out in our latest blog.
In a low-supply and overheating Toronto real-estate market, construction of new residential properties cannot seem to go quick enough to satisfy demand. What legal framework exists to regulate construction funding and how is each party, may it be the property owner or the contractor, affected in their rights and obligations? – Let’s have a look at the Ontario Construction Lien Act.