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Comparative Advertising Laws in Canada

15th April 2019

Comparative advertising is a creative advertising technique that involves simultaneously advertising your own brand, whilst also comparing it to another brand. This allows consumers to see your brand’s superiority and its differences with other brands in the market. This may be a good tactic to divert consumers towards your brand away from the dominant player.…

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Corporate Structuring for Start Ups: Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships and Corporations

31st March 2019

By Millie Bojic Are you looking to start a business in Canada, and are scratching your head as to what the best structure for your business would be? Below lies a bullet-point summary of the principal structures under which to conduct business in Canada – whether as a sole proprietorship, a partnership or corporation –…

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Red Carpets, Celebrities and Fashion

24th March 2019

As award season closes, a personal highlight is the red carpet “who are you wearing?” segment.  We always delight when celebrities wear Canadian designed gowns, giving the Canadian designer the world’s spotlight.  But, as always, when pop culture and branding intersect, Froese Law can’t help but analyze the legal aspects.   The Celebrity – Designer…

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Small Business Deduction: Changes to Expect this Year

27th February 2019

by Millie Bojic Last year, Canada’s Department of Finance passed new legislation that affects small businesses and incorporated professionals across the nation. This year, the most significant new change concerns the potential loss of the small business deduction (“SBD”) for Canadian-controlled private corporations (“CCPC”) with more than $50,000 of passive investment income in the previous…

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Building Your Fitness Empire

20th February 2019

As much as Q1 is tax season, it’s also the time when we all try to jump back into fitness.  Finding the right fit that will get results and keep you motivated are key.  (We promise you – we’ll get to the legal analysis soon.)  But there are so many choices:  the gym, personal trainers,…

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Fyre Festival: The Legalities Surrounding Live Events

12th February 2019

Fyre Festival: The Legalities Surrounding Live Events Unless you’ve been under a rock, you’ve likely heard of (or watched one of the two documentaries about) the debacle that is Fyre Festival.  Ever eager to understand the legal underpinnings, Froese Law is using this opportunity to illustrate some of the legal issues that surround hosting live…

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Froese Law’s Corporate Law Services

30th January 2019

Froese Law’s Corporate Law Services By Millie Bojic  At Froese Law, we love to help our client’s excel behind the scenes.  One of the key services we provide is corporate law.  Below we identify the many ways in which Froese Law can assist you.  Your Profile We can Assist to Advise you on the Following:…

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Corporate Tax Planning for 2019

20th January 2019

By Millie Bojic With 2019 upon us, it is prudent for you to take the time and assess your business’ tax affairs and ensure you are in tip top shape for tax season approaching. Check out our service offerings in the tax law space below to determine whether we can assist you. Your Profile Froese…

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Fiji Watergate: Strategic Product Placement at Golden Globes Goes Viral

13th January 2019

We took a bit of a hiatus over the December holidays from issuing our weekly newsletters, but we’re back at it.  We always love it when pop culture and the law intersect and so this week’s newsletter is dedicated to the Fiji water bottle product placement at the recent Golden Globes. What Happened? At the…

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Ontario Scales Up Privately Owned Cannabis Retail Store Locations

10th December 2018

On October 17, 2018, Canada legalized recreational cannabis country-wide.  It wasn’t until November 27, 2018 that the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (“AGCO”) issued its guidelines as to what is involved for private entities to obtain a retail store license to operate in Ontario.  In this article we provide a high level view of…

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