The practice of law is changing every day, and the effect of changing legislature on businesses is significant. We write about recent developments in the world of tax & business law, keeping a watchful eye on the changing landscape for our clients. See what we’re thinking about, and what your business should be looking out for.

  • Mo Headshot (1)Anuj Baxi (2)By Mohamed Amery and Anuj BaxiNovember 07 2019
    LitigationInvoice Interest: The Alberta Court of Appeal provides a warning to suppliers

    Suppliers who incorporate interest provisions into their invoices should take heed of the Alberta Court of Appeal’s decision in H2S Solutions Ltd. v Tourmaline Oil Corp., 2019 ABCA 373.

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  • Mo Headshot (1)Anuj Baxi (2)By Mohamed Amery and Anuj BaxiOctober 07 2019
    LitigationCreditors and the Oppression Remedy

    We have written a series of articles about the oppression remedy and its application to the shareholders of a corporation. See “Business Judgment and the Fair Treatment of Shareholders” (July 2016), “A Brief Overview of the Oppression Remedy” (April 2017), “Director Liability in Oppression Actions” (August 2017), “Liquidation and Dissolution of a Corporation as a Remedy for an Aggrieved Shareholder” (February 2018). This article discusses the application of the oppression remedy to the creditors of a corporation.

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