Business Law

Fyre Fest V2 Just Happened- And It Was A Nightmare

Posted July 9, 2019
Fyre Fest V2 just happened. What was the event? Carli B, Future, and Ja Rule were meant to perform in Belgium from 28th-30th June 2019 at Vestiville Festival. It was meant to be Europe’s biggest hip-hop festival and promised to be ” beyond the music the festival has put together events and lineups that span ...
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Small Business Lawyer Toronto

Posted May 22, 2019
Do you need a small business lawyer to open a business in Toronto? Our law firm has several business lawyers that can you set up your company and protect it. Some of the things you should consider before starting a small business is: A shareholder agreement Your corporate set up Contract creation Contract review Corporate ...
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Common Lawsuits Your Business Should Know About

Posted May 18, 2019
Running a business is more than selling products and services to the general public or to businesses. There are many pitfalls that can cause a business to go under, such as lawsuits against companies. These lawsuits can range from small amounts to millions of dollars in compensation to the aggrieved party. In addition to the ...
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Ways To End A Contract

Posted May 2, 2019
There are a number of ways to end a contract. Once a contract has been formed, the parties are expected to follow what they agreed to. This is called performance of the contract. If you want to end a contract, it is called discharge of contract. Neither party will have to fulfil their side of ...
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New Rules For Cryptocurrency To Protect Users

These proposals came when issues at QuadrigaCX, formerly Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, led to calls for regulatory oversight of the notorious industry. Quadriga was granted creditor protection last month. Recently, a Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX claims about $250 million of customers’ holdings are stuck in an electronic vault because the company’s founder Gerry Cotten died ...
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