Dual Wills

How dual wills could help you save on probate fees: Do you own shares in a private company? Are you looking for savings when your assets pass to your heirs? Dual wills could potentially save you money on probate fees. Under WESA (Wills, Estates and Succession Act) in BC, dual wills are a great estate [...]

By |2019-07-18T17:14:17-07:00July 12th, 2019|Blog, Wills & Estates|

Augmented & Virtual Reality: Navigating the Emerging Legal Terrain

With a continuously expanding market for Virtual Reality technology, from Google’s Daydream to Facebook’s Oculus Rift, the legal landscape is beginning to follow suit. According to market intelligence provider TrendForce, merchandisers sold 14 million virtual reality devices worldwide in 2016, and it projects that VR device sales and software will snowball into a $70 billion [...]

By |2019-07-11T13:33:39-07:00June 13th, 2019|Blog, Gaming, Gaming Law, Intellectual Property, Technology Law|

Preparedness for New Jersey and Pennsylvania Regulated I-Gaming Market Entry: Questions Answered

It’s going to be an interesting Summer for aspiring entrants into the regulated US interactive casino gaming markets. Pennsylvania - now accepting license applications  - has joined New Jersey as a point of intrigue. The New Jersey market is steadily becoming a known quantity, and we’re consequently seeing more and more parties stepping onto that [...]

By |2019-07-19T11:43:53-07:00May 30th, 2019|Blog, Gaming, Gaming Law|

New Transparency Obligations Affecting Canadian Companies

What You Need To Know About New Transparency Obligations Affecting Canadian Companies By Taylor Keene & David McHugh Big changes are coming to the information collection obligations of companies in Canada and the information disclosure obligations of their shareholders. If you are a director, officer, or shareholder of a Canadian corporation, you’ll want to read [...]

By |2019-07-11T13:13:33-07:00May 3rd, 2019|Blog, Canada Business Corporations Act, Corporate Law|

What Every Employee With a Side Hustle Should Know About Copyright Ownership

The following article is provided for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for qualified legal advice. By reading this article, you understand and agree that there is no solicitor-client relationship between you and the author of this article. It’s not uncommon these days for employees to have side businesses – or side hustles [...]

By |2019-07-18T17:03:41-07:00September 11th, 2017|Blog, Commercial Law, Employment Law, Intellectual Property|

SMALL CLAIMS | BIG CHANGES

Effective June 1, 2017, with a few exceptions, small claims disputes up to $5,000 will be resolved in British Columbia’s new online Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT). The CRT is Canada’s first online tribunal for resolving strata and small claims disputes, and the first of it’s kind to be integrated into a public court system. This [...]

By |2019-07-18T17:06:14-07:00May 31st, 2017|BC Small Claims, Blog|

Proactively Protecting Your Intellectual Property: Copyrights

Canadian law changes frequently. To the extent there are changes in the law, the information in this blog post may no longer be accurate. This blog post does not create a lawyer-client relationship. Content provided herein is for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Proactively Protecting Your Intellectual Property: [...]

By |2019-07-19T11:51:11-07:00February 28th, 2017|Blog, Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, Technology Law|

Member-Funded Societies – a New Addition to the BC Societies Act

BC’s new, modernized Societies Act came into force on November 28, 2016. The new and improved legislation includes significant updates allowing for increased flexibility in how societies operate.  The concept of member-funded societies is one of these substantial changes. According to the new Act, member-funded societies will be treated differently than charities and publicly-funded societies; [...]

By |2019-07-18T17:19:47-07:00February 23rd, 2017|BC Societies, Blog|

Protecting a Business Name

Protecting a Business Name This blog post is not legal advice and is for general informational purposes only. Always speak with a lawyer before acting on any of the information contained herein. Picking a business name is often one of the first steps an entrepreneur takes when planning to form a new business. Among many [...]

By |2019-07-11T17:20:13-07:00January 6th, 2016|Blog, Corporate Law|