The focus of this blog post will be non-compete clauses, which have become commonplace in a number of different employment relationships, from the high-tech world to fast food chains. The clauses are intended to restrict departing employees from accepting paid work in the same or similar sectors to that of their previous employer.
This post examines different types of insurance and what early stage businesses should consider when selecting insurance policies.
Best practices for navigating Canada’s copyright laws as a business.
Bill 190 represents the Government’s response to COVID-19 and temporarily eases documentary and meeting requirements for Ontario businesses.
The force majeure clause addresses a party being unable to perform its obligations because of a supervening event outside of its control.
Whether a patent is a good investment for your start-up depends on your business.
The structure of your business can most easily be thought of as the legal identity of your business.
Most growing companies have to make choices – do we trademark our company’s name, product name, or slogan? What if we can only afford one?
Innovators and entrepreneurs often encounter a familiar predicament: how do I tell people about my idea without them stealing it?