Doing Business in Canada 2014
April 1, 2014
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Toronto, April 1, 2014 — Insightful commentary. Timely information. Firm-wide expertise. That's precisely the type of content you'll find in this year's edition of Doing Business in Canada — making this guide an invaluable resource for anyone who is thinking about establishing or acquiring a business in Canada.
Developed by McCarthy Tétrault, Doing Business in Canada provides a broad overview of the legal considerations that non-residents should take into account to help ensure their success as they enter into a business venture in Canada.
Each section of this year’ totally re-designed book offers up-to-date legislative provisions and insightful commentary on different areas of law. Preview the sections by selecting a chapter below:
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