Doing Business in Alberta 2012

November 06, 2012

Leading practitioners from Davis LLP have produced an informative overview of legal factors involved in operating a successful and compliant business in the province of Alberta.

From different types of business organizations, market entry into Canada, financing, licences and permits, foreign investment, tax considerations, competition law, employment and labour law, environmental regulations, oil and gas, immigration to bankruptcy, insolvency and restructuring, Doing Business in Alberta provides important pointers in understanding the legal system within the context of conducting business in the province.

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Doing Business in Alberta: The Authors

Types of Business Organizations: David Stratton and Rachel Hamilton

Market Entry into Canada: David Stratton

Financing: David Stratton

Licences and Permits: Rachel Hamilton

Regulation of Foreign Investment: Catherine Pawluch

Tax Considerations: Paul Lailey, Shane Onufrechuk, Michelle Chang

Competition Law: Kevin Wright and Jonathan Gilhen

Employment and Labour Law: Timonthy Chick and Donald Wilson

Environmental Laws: Brian Hiebert

Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Restructuring: Larry Robinson and Karen Fellowes

Immigration: Brian Tsuji