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Guide to Incorporations

What is a Corporation? A corporation is a separate legal entity.  It has the capacity to enter into legally binding relationships, to sue and to be sued.  Technically, the corporation is owned by the shareholders.  Shareholders have limited liability in that they cannot be held responsible for the debts, obligations, acts, omissions or liabilities of…

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Understanding B Corps: The Canadian Perspective

A few months ago, Froese Law issued out a newsletter that discussed the purchasing behaviour of Gen Z.  The stats were loud and clear: corporate social responsibility is a driving force for consumer behaviour and is likely to become more pronouced as the younger generations age.  Whereas traditionally, corporate social responsibility edicts were declared on…

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Entrepreneurship 101: Sole Proprietorships

Oftentimes when we meet with start up clients, they’re uncertain as to whether they want to take the plunge to incorporate their business.  For better or worse, some entrepreneurs choose to start slow and proceed with their business concept as a sole proprietor.  Here’s the love down on sole prioprietorships: What is a Sole Proprietorship?…

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Building Your Influencer Empire

These days, everyone is doing it for the ‘gram.  But those who are doing it well are also doing it for coin.  Influencer marketing is a pervasive and persuasive type of marketing.  By collaborating with influencers, brands are able to directly promote to their target demographic.  By collaborating with brands, influencers are able to monetize…

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New Shareholder Registers for Federally Incorporated Private Canadian Companies

By Millie Bojic New Registers Required Changes are coming for federally incorporated private companies per amendments to the Canada Business Corporations Act (the “CBCA”). As of June 13, 2019, such private companies will require maintenance of a new register for any individuals that possess ‘Significant Control’ over the business (the “New Register”). Each such individual…

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Building Your Fitness Empire

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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Froese Law’s Corporate Law Services

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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Understanding Shareholder’s Agreements

By Millie Bojic When do you need a Shareholder’s Agreement? A shareholders’ agreement is a contract between some or all of the shareholders of a company. Typically, you need a shareholder agreement: When you have more than one stakeholder in the business (whether friend, family, or business partner) and need to lay out the terms…

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