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By: Garnet Brooks, Halifax Business Lawyer Simon Sinek, one of my favorite thought leaders, said, “There are only two ways to influence human behavior: you can manipulate it or you can inspire it.” (book reference, “Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action”). Mission statements are to a business, what a flag

By: Garnet Brooks, Halifax Business Lawyer Marketing Fails – We’ve all seen them on TV, blogs and in the news and we’ve chuckled at how ridiculous it seems for some for some of the world’s largest corporations to make such errors. Though we know fumble-ups such as these, “worst marketing fails of 2015” shown here, aren’t exclusive to large

Aboriginal Entrepreneur Law – The Limited Partnership (“LP”) by: Garnet Brooks (As featured in the Mi’kmaw & Maliseet Newspaper – Atlantic Canada) With an increase in Aboriginal entrepreneurship in Canada, there is an increasing desire for entrepreneurs at all stages to become more informed on the basic legal concepts which concern them and their respective

Limited Liability Partnerships (“LLP”) A limited liability partnership (“LLP”) is very similar to a general partnership.  The biggest difference is that “innocent” partners have some protection from the unknown negligence or misconduct of other partners.  Limited liability partnerships are governed by the Partnership Act, in Nova Scotia. As in a general partnership, all partners in

The Limited Partnership (“LP”) Introduction:  Previous articles discussed characteristics of sole proprietorship and general partnership.  This article will discuss the limited partnership business structure. Limited partnerships can carry on any business that a general partnership may, and offers limited liability to some partners, known as the “limited partners”.  For this reason, this business structure is

Partnerships – The General Partnership Entrepreneurs often get involved in business projects together, or in ‘partnership’ with one or more other entrepreneurs or investors. There are various types of partnership structures.  Three common partnership structures include general partnerships, limited partnerships, and limited liability partnerships (LLP).  These blog posts will provide a brief overview of the general characteristics of

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