Keyser Mason Ball, LLP September 2018 e-newsletter

Welcome to the Fall season and the September edition of our e-newsletter KMB Notes! This month, Sarah MacDonald from our Corporate/Commercial practice group answers the question, “Why does your Corporation need a Shareholders’ Agreement?” If your business is not a sole proprietorship or co-owned with your spouse, you would probably benefit by an agreement that covers things…


Keyser Mason Ball, LLP August 2018 e-newsletter

Welcome to the August edition of our e-newsletter KMB Notes!  As the season winds down, we’re focusing on food for thought, the information you’ll want to know if the time comes that you’ll need it. This month, Sukhdeep Sidhu, a lawyer with our Business & Estate Succession practice group, takes you through the reasons as to why…


Steven Silva and Cortney Young co-author CLE

Dispute Resolution is a rapidly growing area in business and in the legal field. BKF team members Steven Silva and Cortney Young recently co-authored along with Honorable Peter Buchsbaum, (Ret.) the article “Alternate Dispute Resolution in Condemnation Cases: An Eminently Agreeable Solution”. This article is featured in ALI CLE’s The Practical Real Estate Lawyer’s July issue.


Courtney Young and Steven Silva join Blanchard, Krasner & French

BLANCHARD, KRASNER & FRENCH, APC IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE STEVEN M. SILVA AND CORTNEY E. YOUNG HAVE JOINED THE FIRM’S NEVADA OFFICE. Steve’s practice focuses on eminent domain, real estate litigation, land use matters, as well as contested probate actions and ancillary bankruptcy proceedings. He brings experience in appellate litigation that will be beneficial in…


Keyser Mason Ball, LLP July 2018 e-newsletter

Welcome to the July edition of our e-newsletter KMB Notes! This month we share with you a few very interesting updates. One comes from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice regarding Condominium Corporations. The other deals with upcoming changes in the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, (“PIPEDA”), concerning cyber breaches. Brian Jenkins, a member of…