A different kind of practice

Happy 375th, Montreal!

Today, May 17, 2017, the entire team at BCF Business Law would like to recognize the 375th anniversary of the founding of Montreal.

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Harmonization of Montreal’s park contribution system

In late April 2017, the City of Montreal (the “City”) adopted a draft by-law on contributions for parks, playgrounds and green space titled “Règlement relatif à la cession pour fins d’établissement, de maintien et d’amélioration de parcs, de terrains de jeux et de préservation d’espaces naturels sur le territoire de la Ville de Montréal .”

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Quebec Floods: BCF is proud of its team’s response

The firm has remitted $40,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to help the victims in the various regions affected by flooding.

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THE TERRITORIAL SCOPE OF NON-COMPETITION CLAUSES ON THE WEB

Over the years, the global market growth and prominence of sectors such as high technology, e-commerce, and the Internet, which flout borders, have led the courts to consider the territorial scope of such clauses in a different light.

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Bertrand Giroux

Partner, Lawyer

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Bertrand Giroux

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BCF’s Expertise Featured on the West Coast

Our free-trade specialist, Didier Culat, addresses opportunities for Canadian companies under CETA in Vancouver.

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BCF Honoured at Canada’s Best Managed Companies Awards Ceremony in Toronto

10 firm partners attended the prestigious event

BCF Business Law is the only Quebec firm to join the ranks of Deloitte’s Platinum Club members

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Anna Baghramyan

Lawyer

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Anna Baghramyan

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TAX AUTHORITIES, SET-OFF/COMPENSATION AND ENFORCEMENT MEASURES IN AN INSOLVENCY CONTEXT REGARDING GST AND QST

Good news for companies undergoing restructuring

Tax authorities cannot invoke the presumptions of exigibility and validity provided for in tax laws in order to meet the conditions for set-off or compensation, which can only take place between debts that are reciprocal and which exist pre-filing of insolvency proceedings.

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When Social Networks Harm Your Company

What to do with the use of social media by your employees?

The risk for ill-advised behavior on social media is well-documented. The key is to adopt a corporate policy that is clear, solid and respectful of the right to privacy.

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3D Printing: Can I print my own Spiderman action figure?

The growing democratization of 3D printers and its legal issues.

The main legal issue raised by 3D printing is the infringement of intellectual property rights, which is somewhat reminiscent of the debate surrounding music and film piracy.

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Registering your domain name in Asia before someone else does… Is it urgent? Is it necessary?

How to recognize pitfalls and how you can avoid them.

The registration of this trademark is the best tool for taking action against the registration of domain names, without a legitimate interest, by other actors in your activity sector acting in bad faith.

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DOES YOUR STARTUP COMPANY REALLY OWN ALL THE RIGHTS TO ITS LOGO?

Our IP team can help you determine whether your company owns all of the rights to its logo, and to any other graphic or visual elements covered by copyright.

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Think of the Children! Advertising to Preteens in Quebec

If you are running or considering an advertising campaign in the Province of Quebec, it is essential to obtain expert consumer protection law advice

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BCF's expertise published in the Mouvement des Entreprises de France (MEDEF)

Our Lawyer Didier Culat talks about CETA and free trade

The Mouvement des Entreprises de France (MEDEF) is an important employer organization and is present in all regions.

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CETA: a great opportunity for our businesses

Our lawyer Didier Culat answers IQ questions on the subject.

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Do You Have All the Rights Required to Publish the Photos Purchased by Your Business?

Copyright law presents a number of subtleties, and the many platforms that can be used to distribute works each have their own distinct features. Are you about to undertake a project? To make sure you acquire all of the rights you may need someday, contact our team of specialists.

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The latest news on Global Employee Mobility - February 28, 2017

NEWSLETTER: GLOBAL EMPLOYEE MOBILITY

BCF Business Law keeps you informed of the latest news in the world of business immigration and labour mobility. Helping you deal with globalization. That's what we mean by a different kind of practice.

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The latest news on Global Employee Mobility - February 24, 2017

NEWSLETTER: GLOBAL EMPLOYEE MOBILITY

BCF Business Law keeps you informed of the latest news in the world of business immigration and labour mobility. Helping you deal with globalization. That's what we mean by a different kind of practice.

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Odette Nadon

Lawyer, Ad. E., Consulting Partner

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Odette Nadon

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A giant of the law is gone

Roy L. Heenan has died at the age of 81

All of BCF members extend their deepest condolences to his family.

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Major Construction Projects: Properly Understanding Bill 108

This Bill is intended to create the Autorité des marchés publics.

Our professionals, Nicolas Gosselin and Émilie Nadeau, were guest speakers at the 73rd edition of the QRBHCA convention.

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Exclusive Mini-MBA for BCF Professionals

More than ever at BCF, we’ve been putting the training and the mentoring of our professionals at the heart of our development strategy.

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