Business Law

Demand Letter

Disclaimer – This blog is not to be taken as legal advice. Please seek the advice of a lawyer for any legal matters. What is a demand letter? In a perfect world, if a wrong is a committed, the responsible party will compensate the aggrieved party. As we know, in the real world this does

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What’s a Certificate of Pending Litigation?

A certificate of pending litigation (CPL) is an instrument that can be registered on the title of a property. A party seeking to register a CPL must bring a motion and prove that they have a reasonable claim to an interest in the land, among other things. Practically, the CPL provides a warning to the

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Protect your e-commerce business

By: Raz Toor, LawyerFalcon Law PC  Thinking of getting started in the e-commerce world or already have an established business in this area? One of the first words on your mind should be – legal! Yes, legal considerations are critical to having a successful start or growth to your e-commerce business. Think Incorporation Make sure

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Why do you need a digital lawyer?

By: Raz Toor, LawyerFalcon Law PC First of all, what’s a digital lawyer? A digital lawyer, sometimes called a virtual lawyer, is a lawyer providing legal services through the power of the internet. And no – we did not obtain this definition from websters dictionary, we’ve created this definition. Being one of the pioneers of

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Legal Services and Start-ups

Monday, February 8, 2021By: Raz Toor, Lawyer at Falcon Law PC We’ve heard it before time and time again – you’re a start-up and you’re in a time crunch and a budget crunch. You’re looking around for things to axe and one of the first is quality legal service. Maybe you’ve opted for an internet

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Three Simple Marketing Tips for Startups

By: Roshni Wijayasinha, Founder of Prosh MarketingA Startup Marketing & Fractional CMO Agency Marketing at a startup often falls to the CEO or a junior resource brought on board to help. Admittedly, neither has the skills to lead a Marketing department but with tight budgets and a product or service to build, the Marketing function

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A little about hostile takeovers

A hostile takeover is the acquisition of a corporation by another, usually larger corporation. For simplicity sake, we’ll refer to the corporation initiating the hostile takeover as the acquiring corporation and the corporation which is subject to the hostile takeover as the target corporation. Hostile takeovers usually take place when the acquiring corporation is interested

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Why your website needs terms and conditions

In today’s day and age websites are critical for any business. If you’re a law office like us, start-up, e-commerce business, social media platform or beyond, it’s important that your website is equipped with Terms & Conditions (T&Cs). We’re sure that you’ve seen these countless times hidden on the footer of websites. You might think

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Do non-voting shares have any voting rights?

Do non-voting shares have any voting rights? You’re the director and shareholder of a corporate body and you’ve just issued non-voting shares to new investors in your corporation. You’re of the belief that you can retain full control over the organization because you’re the sole carrier of voting shares. In some respects, you’re correct and

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