Tag Archives: start-ups

What you don’t know about partnerships can hurt you – Part III

Previously I covered the ease with which you can find yourself in a partnership and how partners can bind co-partners without their knowledge or approval. Today I will highlight a partner’s liability obligations which I hope will underline the importance … Continue reading

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Start-Up Service Plans – taking the sting out of legal fees for new businesses

Today I’d like to highlight my firm’s Start-Up Service Plans and provide a little bit of background info on why we decided to offer these services. These plans were designed to help new businesses plan for their legal expenses when … Continue reading

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To Incorporate or not to Incorporate

One of the foremost questions from most new business owners is “Should I incorporate the company?” Like most answers to legal questions, I’d say “It depends.” Not incorporating does have some advantages. The most obvious is the simplicity of such … Continue reading

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Valuing you Start-Up Company

When seeking investors, how do you put a value to your start-up company? In honour of the new episode of Dragon’s Den last night, Chad Tennant over at the Penny Wise Loonie Foolish blog has posted a quick and dirty … Continue reading

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