Bankrupt Shareholders and the Anti-Deprivation Rule Post-Chandos

In preparing a unanimous shareholders agreement, parties are encouraged to consider a number of possible scenarios in order to attempt to create some consensus and provide certainty in how a corporation and its shareholders will respond to those scenarios. Chief among those considerations are the wide variety of scenarios in which a shareholder may be … Continued

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How do I get divorced?

Marriage is a relatively simple status to attain. In Saskatchewan, all two consenting, eligible adults need is a $60 marriage license and clergy or marriage commissioner registered to perform marriages under The Marriage Act, 1995. Obtaining a divorce requires more paperwork, time, and money in comparison. If children are involved or the spouses are particularly … Continued

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2020 Insolvency and Restructuring Highlights

2020 brought many diverse challenges for businesses—both Covid and non-Covid related.  The W Law LLP Insolvency and Restructuring Group acted for lenders, Court-appointed insolvency professionals and debtor companies in a variety of Court-supervised proceedings and other assignments.  Here are some of the highlights. Receivership of Leisure and Recreation Retailer (Settled) W Law acted as counsel … Continued

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Rahim Visram

The Partners of W Law are proud to announce that Rahim Visram has been admitted to the Partnership.  Rahim’s practice is focused on business and corporate commercial law and residential and commercial real estate.

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Our professional services extend across the province, with five Saskatchewan law offices located in Saskatoon, Melfort, Warman, Martensville, and Outlook.

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