Showing Tag: Business Law

Child Support Calculation When A Corporation Is Involved

In family law, few things are more important after a marital breakup then establishing appropriate child support.  For uncomplicated calculations, the Federal…

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Saskatchewan Gets Tougher on Drinking and Driving

Some could find topic sensitive – it involves SGI’s 2014 changes to The Traffic Safety Act, The Driver’s License and Suspension Regulations…

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The Supreme Court’s Take on Good Faith in Contracting

Contract law does not usually pay much attention to morality, especially after the parties reach an agreement. Once the two sides have…

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One Month Per Year – The Rule Of Thumb That Isn’t

In my legal practice I often advise clients in situations of dismissals without cause. A frequent issue is pay in lieu of…

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The Ins and Outs of Business Name Registrations in Saskatchewan

The name the public sees is always top of mind for a new business (and a popular topic for articles like this.)…

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The Legal Rules Around Nanny Shares

With the influx of people moving to Saskatchewan for employment opportunities, the shortage of regulated child care spaces is a problem. Many…

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Taking Care When Holding Customer Data

We’re now used to Edward Snowden’s revelations of National Security Agency data spying. His strategy was clever – a slow drip of…

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IP Trolls In Canada

A uniquely 21st Century business headache is the demand letter from so-called “IP trolls”. Someone claiming to own patent, copyright or other…

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CASL Redefines Bulk Messaging Rules In Canada

On July 1, 2014, this country gave a birthday present to itself: Canada Anti-Spam Legislation. While this might be a welcome gift…

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The Responsibilities of Condominium Board Members

Condominium living has become increasingly popular in Saskatchewan over the last few years. With baby boomers downsizing their living arrangements and condos…

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Anti-Spam Compliance After July 1, 2014

There was a sharp uptick in the number of requests for consent in email boxes leading up to July 1, 2014. This…

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Employee v. Independent Contractor: Still A Fine Line

The other day I was reviewing recent decisions of the Saskatchewan Courts for new cases in the area of employment law and…

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