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Taylor McCaffrey LLP's lawyers assist to help ensure the success and growth of our business clients and their operations.

Whether advising sole proprietorships, joint ventures, cooperatives, partnerships or corporations our business lawyers are focused on providing advice that is strategic, insightful and results driven.

We support our clients by providing a broad and varied array of services covering all aspects of business law. Our business law practice is the largest area in our firm offering our clients the benefit of our extensive knowledge and depth of experience.

We serve:

  • Small business owners
  • Partnerships
  • Corporate entities
  • Pension funds
  • Governments and related agencies
  • Cooperatives
  • Joint ventures
  • National and multi-national corporations
  • Professional groups
  • Athletic teams and organizations
  • Chartered banks
  • Insurance and trust companies

Business services:

  • Advising on and negotiating acquisitions merges and sales of business interests,
  • Public and private financing,
  • Real property and personal property financing and securitization,
  • Corporate restructuring,
  • Public and private offerings of securities,
  • Intellectual property and technology law,
  • Foreign investment,
  • Manitoba, Canada and International Business arrangements and transactions including sales of goods and services, franchising, leasing, distribution and related corporate filings and activities.

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2021 | 02 | 24

In Manitoba, electronic transactions are covered by The Electronic Commerce and Information Act C.C.S.M. c. E55 (the "Act"). Within the Act, section 19 provides: Formation and operation of contracts 19(1)Unless the parties agree otherwise, an offer, the acceptance of an offer, or any other matter that is material to the formation or operation of a contract may be expressed (a) by means of an electronic document; or (b) by an act — such as touching a computer screen, clicking on a computer screen or speaking — that is intended to electronically communicate the offer, acceptance or other matter. Legal effect of contract in electronic form 19(2) A contract shall not be denied legal effect or enforceability merely because an electronic document was used in its formation.


Taylor McCaffrey LLP recognized in the 2019 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory

2019 | 05 | 07

Taylor McCaffrey LLP is pleased to announce that five of our lawyers have been recognized in eight different practice areas in the 2019 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory.