This text provides a detailed discussion of the fundamentals that shape this area of law, and reviews important debates surrounding the nature of business organizations and the role they play in Canadian society. Through this approach, this casebook aims to enhance the reader’s understanding of business organizations, and the ways in which legal and policy decisions impact how they function.
This edition covers the significant degree of legislative development in the last ten years, particularly the shift towards a more national and co-ordinated approach towards securities legislation as well as the steady spread of the Canadian Business Corporations Act approach to incorporation across Canada.
This edition provides a comprehensive overview of business law through a legal risk management perspective. Readers will gain a working knowledge of key concepts across multiple areas of law, including torts, contracts, consumer protection, employment, property, debtor-creditor, and more.
Also in print: KE1389 .M33 2016 LAW (Reserve).
This text offers a unique balance between both the theoretical and practical elements of corporate law through providing a contextual framework by anchoring the discussion within a case study.
This practical analysis of the law of business formations in Canada provides quick and easy guidance on a variety of corporate and partnership considerations such as mergers, rights and duties of interested parties, stock exchange rules, labour laws, and takeovers.
Also available in print: KE1345 .V36 2018 LAW (Reserve).
This title is a Part of the Essentials of Canadian Law series.
The text provides an overview of the essential features of the law governing business organizations in Canada, both in theory and practice. The fourth edition has been fully updated to reflect developments in the caselaw and statutory reforms in the last decade.
This book discusses the rules of procedure specific to meetings of directors, shareholders, and members for share capital and non-share capital corporations. It includes strategy tips for contentious situations, recent case law, appendices containing by-laws for relevant business law Acts, rules of order, updated tables and forms, a glossary of terms and more.
Also available in print at K1315 .O94 2018 LAW (Reserve).
Corporate law and governance are at the forefront of regulatory activities worldwide, and subject to increasing public attention in the wake of the global financial crisis. Comprehensively referencing the key debates, this handbook provides a much-needed framework for understanding the aims and methods of legal research in the field.
Advising clients on the purchase or sale of a business requires you to stay abreast of all applicable legislation and procedures. Now in its 13th Edition and updated by one of Canada's leading commercial law practitioners, this fully revised and updated edition provides comprehensive, step-by-step guidance that takes you through the sale of a business from beginning to end.
This checklist covers, chronologically, the federal legal aspects as well as the federal tax planning details of the sale of a business, from the gathering of information to the steps following the transaction. The author’s commentary is fully supported by law, doctrine, case law, and the administrative position of the tax authorities.
This book is intended to provide legal professionals with a sound understanding of the principles, methodologies, rates of return, and other elements that factor into the determination of fair market value for a business or an equity interest therein with broad applications in matrimonial disputes, income tax matters, fairness opinions, and other circumstances where the value of a business or an equity interest must be determined.