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  • Crowdfunding – Raising Funds for Your BusinessJune 8, 2018

    Crowdfunding – Introduction As discussed in our previous blog post, “Private Placements in Canada”, Canadian Securities regulations generally restrict a company from selling its securities without filing a prospectus, with the applicable securities regulator(s). This requirement can be prohibitive t … Read more »

  • An Introduction to Private Corporation Mergers and Acquisitions in Canada – Part 1June 1, 2018

    It has been some time since we focused a law blog post, on one of the primary aspects of our corporate / commercial practice, being private corporation mergers and Acquisitions in Canada.  As we regularly advise Canadian and foreign clients on domestic and international private corporation mergers a … Read more »

  • Legal Support Staff (Downtown Vancouver)May 8, 2018

    We are a small business oriented law firm located in downtown Vancouver, with a practice focused on corporate / commercial, real estate, estate planning and intellectual property matters, arising in both a domestic and international context. We are looking for a law school graduate (i.e. J.D., LL.B. … Read more »

  • We’re Hiring – BookkeeperApril 29, 2018

    We are looking for an organized, responsible and proactive bookkeeper to join our team, working for a downtown Vancouver business, estate planning and real estate law firm. Applicants must have excellent attention to detail, combined with the ability to multi-task and work independently. Duties incl … Read more »

  • Mortgage Stress Test – UpdateApril 18, 2018

    The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada (OSFI) announced a number of new mortgage rules which came into effect on January 1, 2018. The new rules, which affect all Canadians renewing or refinancing a mortgage, will require borrowers to pass a stress test to prove that they c … Read more »