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On-demand webinar: Cross-border legal considerations in the Covid-19 area

For companies whose operations and workforces span the Canadian and United States border, COVID-19 has presented a range of new obstacles – particularly with respect to corporate transactions, commercial contracts and employment law. This webinar offers timely strategies designed to help your business navigate these and other areas.

Top 5 legal considerations every tech entrepreneur should know

As an entrepreneur trying to get your business off the ground, there are many factors to think about and the legal “stuff” may easily be forgotten. In this article, we touch on the top 5 considerations entrepreneurs need to think about when starting out.

UAE foreign ownership laws – a new chapter of investment opportunity?

News reports published on 23 November 2020 (for more information see the Emirates News Agency’s press release and Gulf News’ report) made the exciting announcement that the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) is abolishing: the restrictions on foreign ownership of limited liability companies; and the requirement that a branch of a foreign company appoints a UAE […]

On-demand webinar: HR hot topics 2020

The webinar covers many hot topics that HR professionals and business owners face on a daily basis, and examines managing a remote workforce, staffing challenges during COVID-19, mental health, legal developments of 2020 and what’s coming in 2021.

What does it take to run a successful senior living operation?

In this on-demand webinar, Dominic Morris is joined by Phil Schmid, Julia Ashley, Nick Edwards, Tom Lord and Andrew Brown discussing what it takes to run a best of class retirement community. The panel looks at the resident experience, the growing use of technology in meeting residents’ needs and how the sector is embracing the ESG challenge.

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