Kutner Law Blog
As many of our clients are businessowners who rely on the terms and conditions of their employee contracts to manage their practices/clinics on a daily basis, our team at Kutner Law LLP is constantly monitoring the changes in the law that would impact them. To facilitate this goal, we have
At Kutner Law LLP we have been tracking progress relating to the ability of real estate agents to form a personal real estate corporation (“PREC”) in Ontario. As explained in our previous blog post, Bill 145 (Trust In Real Estate Services Act, 2020) has been made into law, and it
Given the state of emergency and the general stay-at-home orders in place in Ontario, many of our clients have been taking some extra time to ensure that their personal affairs are in order, including updating or drafting their Will or Power of Attorney. However, given the current guidelines on social
The Provincial Government declared a state of emergency on March 17, 2020 which emergency orders and regulations have now been extended to at least April 20, 2020 and which will be extended for a further 28 days this week. Health Care workers providing emergency care were deemed an essential service.
Many clients have called or e-mailed Kutner Law LLP as to temporarily laying off employees during the Coronavirus crisis. We have a close relationship with Paul Martin of the law firm of Matthew Wilton & Associates who assists us with our more difficult labour law questions.
Paul Martin has
As discussed in our recent blog post, as of February 27, 2020, Bill 145 (Trust in Real Estates Services Act, 2020) has been officially passed and has been made into law. These changes, which have been sought by the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) since 2005, will allow real
Michael Kutner and David Rourke talk about how to submit an offer on a dental practice. Please sign up for the Webinar which will take place on March 5, 2020 at 7 pm to watch.
As many of our clients already know, regulated professionals, such as doctors, dentists, lawyers and accountants (and other professionals) have been allowed to incorporate and operate their practices through professional corporations for the last fifteen years, allowing them the benefit of taking control of their annual income through incorporation and most importantly reducing
We often warn clients who employ employees or associates without employee or associate agreements that the lack of a written agreement can result in significant risk to them, especially in the case of dental or other healthcare professions where the value of your business is tied directly to the Goodwill