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Dec 15, 2006

Doing Business In Canada, eh?

By: Jonathan ZeppJonathan Zepp and David Shlagbaum

This guide has been tailored to address the key considerations facing the entrepreneur at the helm of a privately held midsize company who is thinking about doing business in Canada and it’s most populated province, Ontario.

For the most part, the information is limited to the laws of Canada and Ontario. Where other provinces provide alternatives that address some specific issues typically faced by foreign enterprises looking to doing business in Ontario, this guide will discuss the alternatives available in that province. Public markets and considerations specific to public companies are not addressed in this guide.

The material contained in this guide is general in nature and is neither exhaustive in the scope of each topic discussed nor in the issues that are raised. The reader should use this guide only as an introduction to the laws of Canada and Ontario affecting persons planning to do business in Canada. The reader should seek the advice of qualified legal counsel before relying on any information provided in this guide.

The law in this guide is stated as of July 1, 2007.

We trust that you will fi nd our guide informative and we look forward to hearing from you should you have any questions or require any advice on doing business or investing in Canada.

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