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    Collins Barrow Toronto expands US Corporate Tax Advisory practice and welcomes new Director

    Toronto, ON – Collins Barrow Toronto is pleased to announce that John S. Lee has joined the firm as Director, US Corporate Tax Advisory. John will expand the firm’s capacity to service the diverse needs of the firm’s clients with cross-border and US domestic business relations. John is a member of the New York and New Jersey State Bars and is admitted to the US District Court for the District of New Jersey.

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    Accessing government grants

    Collins Barrow Toronto is pleased to announce that it can now help your business access government grants in Canada and the US thanks to an exclusive new partnership with The Funding Portal. Adding to our existing SR&ED and economic impact grant programs, The Funding Portal has access to more than 10,000 sources.

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    Venture Capital concerns are heard

    On October 20, 2017, the Department of Finance (“Finance”) responded to several concerns raised by the venture capital and angel investor sectors in respect of the proposed taxation of private corporation measures (see CBT’s summary here). 

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    Collins Barrow Toronto: an Employer of Choice

    At Collins Barrow Toronto (CBT), we are committed to your future and enable you to pursue your career goals. After all, our business is a people business.

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    Real estate projects in financial difficulty: Article II

    This article originally appeared on The Lawyer’s Daily website published by LexisNexis Canada Inc.

    This is the second in a series of three articles that address issues when a real property developer becomes insolvent.

    In the course of developing and building a real property project, the real estate developer will deal with a number of different parties, including the developer’s trades, the local municipality, secured lender(s), Tarion Warranty Corporation (Tarion) and purchasers. When the real estate developer runs into financial difficulties, the stakeholders in a project will have different objectives, and may take certain actions, as discussed below.