COVID-19’s impacts on our lives now include massive intrusions into the arrangements between borrowers and lenders. Customers have disappeared. Revenues have disappeared. But financial obligations remain. How can borrowers and lenders work together in these uncertain times to make the best of a bad situation?
This paper offers a summary of important bankruptcy and insolvency case law from the last 12 months. Included are a variety of cases from Atlantic Canada, Ontario, and Alberta.
Several Canadian securities regulators, including those in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, have been busy formulating a structure to make it possible to purchase and sell securities through crowdfunding.
Equity crowdfunding provides an innovative, fresh and new opportunity for entrepreneurs to fund their start up corporations in New Brunswick. However, the legal implications and ramifications can be complicated. Outlined below are a few issues that any entrepreneur will want to consider before entering the equity crowdfunding universe.