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In the onset of COVID-19, Bryan & Company’s clients have requested information on frustration of contracts generally, and particularly its application to employment agreements. The following exploration relates to employment agreements specifically but we would be happy to speak with you about frustration general as well.
We understand that the rapid developments surrounding COVID-19 are deeply concerning to you, your business and your employees. Bryan & Company has assembled a committed crisis management team to be at your disposal for issues that arise as more information comes available to the public.
Last updated: January 2021 As it is not client-specific, this document is merely information and not legal advice. Before implementing any steps, we urge you to seek legal advice to confirm that those steps are appropriate at the current time and in light of your specific circumstances.
Effective December 23, we will be moving to new office space in Manulife Place. Please update your records accordingly. NEW ADDRESS Suite 2900, Manulife Place 10180 – 101 Street Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3V5 Our contact information (email addresses, phone numbers, etc.) remain the same.
Franchise Disclosure in Alberta: What the franchisee can expect and what is expected from the franchisor
As with any investment decision, it is important for the prospective investor to do their research prior to committing to an investment. Luckily for those looking to invest in a franchised business operating in Alberta, the Franchises Act requires franchisors to disclose detailed information regarding the franchise to better assist potential franchisees in making informed investment decisions.
Congratulations to the Bryan & Company lawyers that have been recognized by their peers as some of the Best Lawyers in Canada for 2019! Asset-Based Lending Practice Kenneth B. Blasius Q.C.– First Year Recognized in Asset-Based Lending Practice: 2013 / Recognized in Best Lawyers since 2010 Aviation Law Lawrence W.