Lexpert Headlines in the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business

  • Lawyers need not fear this new technology, but should see its potential to transform business transactions
  • As certain provinces raise the minimum wage, franchisees cancel paid breaks for their employees and turn to franchisors for some kind of contribution or adjustment
  • A company’s first in-house counsel is faced with a daunting proposition. He or she must be able to quickly absorb the corporate culture, while holding the line on risky business
  • As the only program of its kind in Canada, the Canadian Dealmakers Awards recognize participants who have made significant contributions to the M&A market
  • After years in the doldrums, IPOs last year staged a comeback. But as business owners start to weigh their prospects, legal advisors warn that the ordeal of a public offering is not for everyone