The February 2012 edition of The Bottom Line (LexisNexis) quotes Dale & Lessmann LLP's Patrick Westaway concerning his views on the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in Copthorne Holdings Ltd. v. Canada, and its implications for tax planning. Mr. Westaway's December 29, 2011 blog on this topic is linked here.
The New Customer Service Standard under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (“AODA”) came into force on January 1, 2008 and as of January 1st, 2012, all goods and service providers that have at least one employee in Ontario must be in compliance. Please click here to get more information on the Customer Service Standard and how you can ensure you and your organization are in compliance.
Dale & Lessmann LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Patrick Westaway as a partner. Patrick offers more than 13 years of tax experience gained primarily in a national law firm, and earlier, in the international corporate tax group of a big 4 accounting and business advisory firm. We now offer our clients tax advice in international and domestic corporate tax, personal tax and estate planning, commodity tax and land transfer tax. Please click here to see a complete description of our Tax services. Click here to view Patrick's profile.
Chad Finkelstein will be leading a seminar on Franchising & Social Media at the 11th Annual OBA Franchising Law Conference in Toronto on November 2.
Chad Finkelstein will be leading a seminar on “Legal & Business Aspects to Consider When Purchasing a Franchise” at the Canadian Franchise Association’s Franchise Show in Toronto on October 23.