Goodlawyer Launches New $49/mo Legal Services Subscription

SERVICE TO SUPPORT SPECIFIC LEGAL NEEDS OF SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS ACROSS CANADA   Goodlawyer, an online platform that provides affordable, on-demand legal solutions for individuals and small businesses, announced the launch of Goodlawyer Pro, a new subscription service offering entrepreneurs legal services, unlimited access to legal advice and customizable legal documents, for a flat rate […]

A Legal Solution to Chinese Tariffs

A Legal Solution to Chinese Tariffs

In today’s business world it is not easy being a company that relies on Chinese imports. Chinese tariffs have dramatically increased in the past few years and remarkably so in the past year due to President Trump’s trade-war tariffs. These increased costs are putting immense pressure on many e-commerce companies. The good news is that […]

How To Hire A Commercial Litigation Lawyer

Are you wondering who a commercial litigation lawyer is? A commercial litigation lawyer is also called a business attorney and is involved in legal disputes that arise between or among companies in the business or commercial world. Hiring a commercial litigation lawyer Hiring a commercial lawyer might prove hectic if you are not previewed to […]

Outlaw contracts legalese

Outlaw fights back at the incomprehensible legalese that plagues business contracts

It should have been a celebratory time for Evan Schneyer. His travel-oriented startup, Wanderfly, was being sold to Tripadvisor after about five weeks’ worth of discussion. Then, when it came time to sign on the dotted line, the contract challenges emerged that gave birth to his new venture, Outlaw. “It was like a glorified job […]

CASL Private Right of Action

Government of Canada Suspends CASL Private Right of Action

The Government of Canada has issued a press release today, to announce the suspension of the implementation of certain provisions in Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) in response to broad-based concerns raised by businesses, charities and the not-for-profit sector. The provisions, known as Private Right of Action, would have allowed lawsuits to be filed against individuals and organizations for alleged […]

How lawyers, firms are ignoring the ‘social’ in social media

The Harvard Business Review proclaims that “content is king” in digital and social media marketing. Yet many lawyers and law firms remain mired in the past, using websites, LinkedIn pages and Twitter accounts mostly to shout “Me!” to the world. Used properly, social media starts a conversation. But whether it is LinkedIn, Twitter or YouTube, the […]