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Hiring a Lawyer to Sell Your Business

For the past few decades, most of my business law practice has focused on the purchase or sale of businesses, […]

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Does Boilerplate Matter?

Plain talk advocates accuse lawyers of padding their contracts, thereby needlessly increasing their bills, by the inclusion of what is […]

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DIY for Buying a Business

At gbtlaw, we do deals for clients buying or selling a business: lots of deals, big and small. Fact is, small deals […]

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DIY – It’s Your Choice

Like everything else in this world, the internet is rapidly changing the practice of law, even business law, and this […]

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Those Ole’Rules Still Good Rules for New Deals

OK, you might consider me to be an Old Fart, having practiced business law and doing hundreds of deals since […]

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Getting Sued and Suing in the U.S.

If your business has any involvement in the United States, it will get sued eventually. There are a number of […]

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Competition Law – A Sword and a Shield – Part I

Does a competitor get a better deal from a supplier than do you for the same product? Is your rival […]

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Competition Law – A Sword and a Shield – Part II

Last month, I outlined the serious criminal offences under the Competition Act (Canada) (the “Act”), describing the nature of the offences and […]

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Competition Law – A Sword and a Shield – Part III

Last edition, I described the civil offences and remedies under the Competition Act (Canada) (the “Act”). This article will focus upon some […]

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How’s Your PIPE-DA?

Please trust me on this: I really and truly don’t enjoy the additional legal activity that new, intrusive and misguided […]

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