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CLE - Doing Business In Canada: Key Considerations for U.S. Lawyers
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Boston Bar Association - 16 Beacon Street, Boston, MA
The trade relationship between Canada and the United
States is the largest between any two countries. As a result of this trade,
there is also a large number of cross border legal issues that arise which all
U.S. counsel ought to be aware of when advising their clients.
Canada has weathered the global economic recession better
than most members of the G8. As a result, many companies and businesses are
seeing Canada as a hub in which to do their North American business.
Leading practitioners will discuss a broad array of issues
dealing with corporate, tax, employment and cross-border litigation.
Specific Topics Include:
- Issues to consider when working on M&A deals
- Tax consequences that arise on cross-border
- Considerations for buyer-employers with Canadian
- Requirements when enforcing a US Judgement or arbitral
in Canada, and other litigation issues
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