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News, Events & Ideas
Co-Parenting Through Separation
WMCZ is happy to be one of the sponsors of Gary Direnfeld’s “Co-Parenting Through Separation: Helping Children Make The Transition” workshop on May 13, 2014. The sessions will provide tips and strategies to help families deal with a marital breakup.…
Mark Vanstone Receives Pro. Dir. Designation
Mark Vanstone was recently granted the Professional Director (Pro. Dir.) designation by the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. The Certification as a Pro. Dir follows successful completion of an in-depth course on board governance and organizational performance which the…
A New National Securities Regulator: Cooperation or Coup?
Unlike most other industrial nations involved in the global capital markets, Canada does not have a national securities regulator. Instead, regulation falls under provincial jurisdiction. Each province and territory of Canada has its own securities commission and its own set…
Guarding Against Powerlessness: Why Appointing a Power of Attorney is a Good Idea
Most people want to leave their affairs in a well ordered state when they die. To this end, lawyers can help craft an estate plan which produces an easy and convenient process to dispose of property. Yet those same people…
Protecting Boards of Directors From Claims
Being on the Board of Directors for a corporation involves the investment of personal time but can also carry the risk of personal liability. In for-profit corporations, it may be expected and even necessary that this personal liability exists. When…
Is It OK To Announce A New Owner In The Form Of A Question?
Announcements of new partners or owners at law firms are mostly the same – sometimes pretentious, always formal and invariably dull. We’ve been guilty of the same thing in the past and if we weren’t so unimaginative it would be…
Enforcing Restrictions In Employment Contracts
Restrictive covenants, such as non-competition and non-solicitation clauses, are common contractual tools for business owners trying to protect intangible assets, such as goodwill and customer bases. They are frequently found in business purchase agreements, for the purchaser does not want…
The Potential Expiry of Builders’ Liens
This article originally appeared in the CBA Saskatchewan Branch’s Bar Notes and is reprinted with their kind permission. I have always had a fascination with builders’ liens. The Builders’ Lien Act (the “BLA”), this complicated piece of legislation with its statutory trusts,…