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Behind the corporate veil: New ownership record rules in Canada

By Karen E. Hennessey, Shaela W. Rae The Canadian federal government has enacted legislation that will amend the Canada Business Corporations Act (“CBCA“) to require private corporations to track and record individuals with significant control over the corporation. These amendments are expected to come into force in the summer of 2019.

One in a million? No, you’re only one in five

By Aidan Grant The Times has reported that one in five people aged 65 and over has a total household wealth of more than £1,000,000. On reflection perhaps this doesn’t seem that surprising given the rise in the value of pension funds and residential property over the last few decades.

How to Check if Your Law Firm Software is Fully Cloud-Based

It seems like everything’s on the cloud these days—from your vacation photos to your most-important documents—but is your law firm taking full advantage of cloud computing solutions? In this post, you’ll learn how to spot a cloud-based provider amongst “cloud washing” imposters—and how to use true cloud solutions to help your law firm run more […]

Emergency Legal Kit for Business – personal data protection in Romania

This Law transposes the Directive (EU) 2016/680 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data by competent authorities for the purpose of the prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of criminal offences or the execution of criminal penalties, and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Council Framework […]

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Orrick gears up for European offensive

Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe has formed a European advisory committee to examine its London and European expansion in the wake of the firm’s failed merger talks with Dewey Ballantine earlier this year. Orrick’s London office is likely to be the focal point of the new strategy. The City office currently features some 60 lawyers and […]

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Lewis Silkin prelim results point to record PEP and turnover

Lewis Silkin has announced its best-ever figures for average profit per equity partner (PEP) and turnover in its preliminary results. For the financial year ending April 2006, the LLP announced a healthy 16 per cent increase in PEP to £263,000 compared with last year’s figure of £226,000. Last year The Lawyer reported (5 June) that […]

Swedish govt sell-off goes way of Ashurst

Ashurst’s Swedish strategy has reaped dividends, with the firm landing a key role on the first wave of Swedish government-led privatisations. The top 15 firm scored instructions from Deutsche Bank and UBS as underwriters to the Swedish government in its E2bn (£1.37bn) disposal of an 8 per cent stake in mobile communications company TeliaSonera, the […]

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