Why LaBarge Weinstein is the Law Firm for You

November 25, 2018

Maybe you’re starting a new business. Maybe you’ve been operating successfully for years, but your organization is growing, and your current law firm is not as responsive as you would […]

Recent U.S. Supreme Court Ruling May Affect Your Business’s Sales Tax Compliance

September 10, 2018

In our mergers and acquisition practice, we have the opportunity to work closely with our clients on the sometimes challenging process of selling their business. Of the tax issues that […]

Withholding required on dividends paid to non-residents

April 20, 2018

There are numerous circumstances where a Canadian resident company may be required to withhold taxes from amounts paid to non-residents. In a previous post, we blogged about the requirement on Canadian […]

Sweeping changes proposed to the taxation of small businesses and their shareholders

July 26, 2017

On July 18, 2017, the Ministry of Finance released a Consultation Paper and draft legislation to curtail certain private company tax planning structures that are widely used by closely-held corporations […]

Supreme Court of Canada Upholds Global Take-Down Order Against Google

July 14, 2017

In a decision that will have far-reaching impacts across the Internet and the world, the Supreme Court of Canada confirmed that Google had to takedown both Canadian and foreign website […]

Canadian Residency Requirements for Directors: What it Means to be “Ordinarily Resident”

July 14, 2017

For corporations incorporated federally or in Ontario, at least 25 percent of the directors must be resident Canadians. Where a corporation has fewer than four directors, then at least one […]

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