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By C. Kelsey O’Brien
A participant expert witness has relevant expertise and was involved in the events that underlie the litigation. Participant experts are generally permitted to provide both fact and limited opinion
By Lorne Fagnan
For Indigenous entrepreneurs, there are many opportunities presenting themselves daily, perhaps more than ever.
By Caroline J. Smith
If a commercial tenant is behind on its rent, should the landlord terminate its lease and evict the tenant? Maybe not — commercial landlords have other,
By Christopher Masich
On July 5, 2019, SaskPower published its 2018-19 Annual Report (aptly titled: Navigating A Changing Energy Landscape), opening with a clear statement of its innovation and evolution:
By Joseph Gill
As part of the 2019 Federal Budget, the Government of Canada proposed new rules which would generally limit certain existing deductions associated with stock options to an annual amount of $200,000
By Caroline J. Smith
The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal recently released an important decision regarding losses caused by multiple parties: Sound Stage Entertainment Inc v Burns (Sound Stage).
By Haley A. Lingelbach
Whether you are an executor taking care of the estate of a loved one, or you are engaging in estate planning for yourself, it is important to differentiate between property
By Zina Scott
Saskatchewan has the highest rate of domestic violence in Canada. To support and protect survivors of domestic violence, or "intimate partner violence", the province is adopting legislation titled:
By Michel G. Thibault
The Canada Revenue Agency has recently declared that as of March 31, 2019 all official charitable donations receipts must include the name and website address of the Canada Revenue Agency
By Lee D.M. Reid
In Saskatchewan, The Condominium Property Act, 1993 (the "Act") empowers condominium corporations ("Corporations") to recover from certain persons the cost of repairing damage to condominium property.
By Joseph Gill
By some numbers, private sector investment in the Saskatchewan tech sector in the 18 months leading up to January of 2019 ...
By Joseph Gill
The purpose of this blog post is to provide a high-level review of the key items coming out of both the Federal Budget (released on March 19, 2019)
By Caroline J. Smith
The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal recently released a decision of note to any business that uses or provides letters of credit as security for contractual obligations, or is considering doing so: Veolia Water Technologies, Inc v K+S Potash Canada General Partnership (Veolia).
By Christopher Masich
Today environmental due diligence and managing environmental risk are fundamental aspects of most (if not all) commercial transactions. Whether acting for developer, buyer, seller, purchaser,
By Joseph Gill
In the past decade, we have seen the creation and massive expansion of what is commonly referred to as "cryptocurrency".