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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation – the major change to your email starting July 1, 2017.

By Ryan Turner on May 8, 2017

Is your organization prepared?Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) covers much more than so-called “spam.” Commercial electronic messages (CEMs) are integrated into almost everything marketing, communications, public relations, IT professionals, and other departments deal with on a daily basis.

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The Importance of Shareholders’ Agreements – The Business Prenup

By Katherine Bayer on August 12, 2016

A shareholders’ agreement is an agreement between the shareholders of a company which generally sets out the shareholders’ rights, privileges and obligations along with the foundation of how the corporation will be set up, managed and run. Having a shareholders’…

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The Best Lawyers in Canada 2017

By Taylor McCaffrey LLP on August 10, 2016

Listed in Best Lawyers

Taylor McCaffrey LLP is proud to announce that three of our partners have been recognized by Best Lawyers® as “Lawyer of the Year” in Winnipeg.

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Taylor McCaffrey LLP Startup Packages

By Taylor McCaffrey LLP on November 23, 2015

With your custom startup package, you will receive advice, documentation and filings prepared by a highly-regarded team of lawyers at an agreed upon and affordable price. It all starts with one hour of free consultation to assess your needs and…

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Mortgage Sale and Foreclosure Proceedings in Manitoba

By David R.M. Jackson, Dan Ransom on September 18, 2015

Aside from situations involving farm land (where a leave order must first be obtained before commencing proceedings), land registered under The Registry Act (where the Courts have jurisdiction), and other rare exceptions, mortgagees can generally pursue mortgage sale and foreclosure…

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The $1.1 Million Dollar Unsubscribe Button

By Shereese Qually, Ryan Turner on March 9, 2015

The CRTC has issued its first penalty for a CASL violation in the staggering amount of $1.1 million dollars against the Quebec Company Compu-Finder.  It is the first of such penalties since CASL was enacted on July 1, 2014.  Compu-Finder’s…

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FCI-CWI: 2014 Conference Series – Women in Leadership Leading Effectively

By Taylor McCaffrey LLP on August 29, 2014

TOPIC: POWERFUL NEGOTIATION TACTICS Speaker: Kristen Wittman, Partner at Taylor McCaffrey LLP A successful negotiation does not necessarily mean winning an argument. Knowing when you’re in a negotiation, how to listen to the other parties, and how to adapt your…

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Responsibilities and Liabilities of Directors in Manitoba

By Kristen Wittman on June 9, 2014

This article outlines the more important duties, responsibilities and liabilities imposed on directors of a privately-held, for profit corporation incorporated pursuant to The Corporations Act of Manitoba under the provincial and federal laws applicable in Manitoba.

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Limited Partnerships – Benefits of Manitoba

By Kristen Wittman on June 9, 2014

It is my opinion that the greater the nexus or connection to Manitoba, the more likely the flow of benefits from the Manitoba legislation…

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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation – is your business compliant?

By Shereese Qually, Ryan Turner on June 4, 2014

Does your business use electronic marketing? Canada’s new anti-spam legislation (“CASL”) comes into force on July 1, 2014.  CASL will greatly affect how businesses in Canada use electronic marketing (including e-mails, text messages and social media messages). CASL will be…

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