$105 + tax | 792 Pages
Softcover + CD-ROM | February 2011
Biennial | Standing Order Terms Apply*
Sale of a Business, 8th Edition
Jennifer E. Babe
Advising clients on the purchase or sale of a business
requires you to stay abreast of all applicable legislation
and procedures. Written by one of Canada’s leading
commercial law practitioners, this fully revised and
updated edition provides comprehensive, step-by-step
guidance that takes you through the sale of a business
from beginning to end.
$75 + tax | 464 Pages | Softcover
December 2010 | ISBN: 9780433466123
International Business Law for Canadians – A Practical Guide Sheerin Kalia In an increasingly global economy, more Canadian businesses will vigorously pursue international business opportunities, whether by exporting a successful product, providing services in another jurisdiction, or establishing a foreign presence. To do so successfully, business managers and lawyers must understand the laws that govern these activities both in Canada and in
the international context.
$150 + tax | Approx. 400 Pages
Hardcover | March 2011
Commercial Insolvency in Canada, 2nd Edition
Kevin P. McElcheran
This book covers an integrated analysis of the
amendments to the BIA and CCAA and how they will
affect all aspects of commercial insolvency law, and an
explanation of the distinction between amendments that
codify prior practice and amendments that will change
the practice going forward. It features a discussion of
important recent court decisions that are reshaping
Canadian restructuring principles; a discussion of
important cases that have applied the amended
legislation and interim financing; and a new chapter on
the recognition of international insolvency proceedings
and cross-border filings, under Canada’s version of the
UNCITRAL model law for international insolvency.
$135* + tax | 70 Volumes | Hardcover
Billed as Issued | ISBN: 97804334544946
$270 + tax | 320 Pages | Hardcover
December 2010 | ISBN: 9780433465454
Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Commercial
Law I (Auctions / Bills of Exchange)
Sheila Nemet-Brown / Maurice Coombs
Topics covered in the “Auctions” section of this reference
include auctioneers and auction sales companies;
licensing requirements; types of property sold at
auction; and sale under public auction. The “Bills of
Exchange” section delivers a thoughtful summary of the
Canadian law relating to bills of exchange and negotiable
instruments, such as bills, notes and cheques. Topics
covered include acceptance and delivery; the capacity
and authority of parties; consideration, holders and
negotiation; electronic presentment; bank cheques;
promissory notes; and consumer bills and notes.
Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Commercial Law II
(Bailment / Sale of Goods)
Tyler Botten / Valerie M. Steeves
The “Bailment” section provides a clear discussion of the rights and obligations of bailers
and bailees, and sets out the legal framework that governs the area. Topics covered
include gratuitous bailment; bailment based on valuable consideration; chattels, storage
and workers liens; and remedies and damages. The “Sale of Goods” section concisely
explains the rules governing the sale of goods in Canada, including topics such as the
legislative framework; the application of the common law; the nature of the sales contract;
implied conditions and warranties; the transfer of title in goods; rules governing delivery
and acceptance; rights of the seller and buyer; actions for breach of contract; and Quebec
sales with right of redemption.
$135** + tax | 70 Volumes | Hardcover | Billed as Issued | ISBN: 9780433454946
$270 + tax | 400 Pages | Hardcover | December 2010 | ISBN: 9780433466588
Canadian Franchise Law – A Practical Guide, 2nd Edition
Daniel F. So
This book is intended for franchisors and deals with the legal and business issues that they
face as they enter into, and maintain, franchise relationships. If you are a franchisor, or
represent a franchisor, this text will help you understand, in a very practical way, the legal
regime under which franchise operations are run in Canada. This handy book is complete
with legal tips, charts and sample documents; it’s a must-have for any franchisor or any
practitioner practising in this area of law.
$100 + tax | 680 Pages | Softcover | October 2010 | ISBN: 9780433462736
Competition Act & Commentary, 2011 Edition
Consulting Editors: Stikeman Elliott LLP
Butterworths Competition Act & Commentary, 2011 Edition captures significant recent
amendments to Canada’s competition and foreign investment regimes. This concise
guide to competition law in Canada provides expert insights on Bill C- 28 (Fighting Internet
and Wireless Spam Act) amendments.
$80 + tax | 768 Pages | Softcover | November 2010 | Annual | Standing Order Terms Apply*
British Columbia Business Corporations Act & Commentary,
Editors: Ian N. MacIntosh & Andrew J. McLeod
A leading reference tool on the British Columbia Business Corporations Act, this
portable guide includes commentary that addresses new developments in the Business
Corporations Act; the history and evolution of the Act; and overview and key elements of
the Act. The text also includes the full text of the British Columbia Business Corporations
Act, 2002, as amended; the full text of the British Columbia Business Corporations
Regulation, B.C. Reg. 65/2004, reproduced in full; over 50 B.C. company forms; and
tables of concordance comparing the Act, its predecessor and the Canada Business
$75 + tax | 588 Pages | Softcover | 2010 | Annual | Standing Order Terms Apply* | ISBN: 9780433465904
A Practical Guide to Outsourcing Agreements, 2nd Edition
Adam D. Vereshack
This is the essential guide book to analyzing the major issues that arise in outsourcing
agreements. Author Adam Vereshack has over 20 years’ experience negotiating
outsourcing transactions for major Canadian and international companies. Guidelines and
clauses help you to deal with the basic questions of when outsourcing is an appropriate
solution to a situation and what issues must be addressed when contracting with a
supplier. All issues discussed have been taken from actual outsourcing agreements.
$175 + tax | 600 Pages | Hardcover | 2010 | ISBN: 9780433460268
Sale and Supply of Goods, 2nd Edition
Kevin P. McGuinness
Author Kevin McGuinness brings decades of experience in procurement and commercial
law to this publication, offering direct insight from the governmental perspective as the
Counsel in the Crown Law Office of the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. The result
is an expansive collection of forms, precedents and checklists combined with a much
more robust and detailed discussion of Canadian law, including a specific focus on the key
Ontario legislation that governs this area.
$130 + tax | 680 Pages | Softcover + CD-ROM | 2010 | ISBN: 9780433463245
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