Mar. 30, 2020 - The emergence of COVID-19 has sent a shock wave through the world economy, resulting in significant disruption in the financial markets, the shuttering of entire industries, and the lockdown of major cities across the globe. As a result, many national governments are applying every policy tool...
Doing Business in Canada 2018 — Your Complete Guide
Davies’ updated Doing Business in Canada is designed to provide executives, counsel and foreign investors with an overview of the legal framework governing Canadian business operations. This comprehensive guide outlines key considerations for investing and conducting business in Canada, particularly in Ontario and Québec.
Find up-to-date information on the following topics:
- types of business organizations
- corporate governance
- financing a business operation
- mergers & acquisitions
- foreign investment
- competition law
- tax considerations
- intellectual property, industrial design, e-commerce and privacy
- real estate
- environmental law
- employment law
- retirement plans, employee benefits and savings plans
- temporary entry and permanent residence
- civil litigation
- insolvency and restructuring proceedings
- foreign anti-corruption measures
Mar. 27, 2020 - Montréal’s agglomeration council (AC) adopted on March 26 a bylaw that will allow the City of Montréal (City) to exercise a right of first refusal (pre-emptive right) to purchase properties to be used to build social housing. The City may exercise its right of first refusal and purchase...