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Regina used to be a small city, but it's growing fast. Lawyers in Regina service the entire province of Saskatchewan and it can be hard to connect with a lawyer quickly or remotely, especially if you just want a bit of legal advice.
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Shubham started his career on Bay Street working at top-tier law firms and gaining a wealth of experience in business and corporate legal matters. While on Bay Street, Shubham discovered his true passion for helping startups and small businesses reach their full potential.
Kim accumulated 20 years of legal experience through a combination of working in a big Bay Street law firm, in-house with a small publicly traded company, and now as an independent lawyer who is also raising two children. She's helped companies of all sizes with their corporate documents and is an expert in drafting agreements and contracts.
Braden connects with his clients not only because he has worked with numerous entrepreneurs, but because he is one as well. Braden understands the balance and interplay between legal and business decisions. Working among like-minded entrepreneurial spirits has reignited Braden's passion for the law and his clients.
Nikolas is a corporate lawyer in Toronto with a talent for efficiency. He has managed projects for multinational corporations, not-for-profits, and governments but his passion lies in helping start-ups and entrepreneurs do big things. Nikolas has a special knack for acquisitions, compliance programs, governance, and technology contracts.
Business lawyers can help your business. Common services include incorporation, contract creation, contract review, and restructuring.
Real estate lawyers help people with lease agreements, title transfers, and anything related to property rental and purchase.
Employment law governs the relationship between employers and employees. This includes creating and reviewing employment contracts to ensure they are enforceable.
Startup lawyers specialize in helping companies set themselves up for growth and acquisition.
Every situation is unique and sometimes they don't fall neatly into a category. Good lawyers have extensive legal experience and can provide advice on immigration, contract breach, and more.
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Maybe. Regulations for employment law and corporate law vary from province to province, so a local lawyer is recommended for questions relating to these areas. Other legal needs, including commercial dealings, immigration, and intellectual property are regulated federally and you can work with a lawyer from anywhere in Canada.
If you need a lawyer in your province or city we will match you according to your needs.
It depends. If your legal issue has to do with protecting your intellectual property, then you might be paired up with a lawyer in Toronto. Most of Canada’s intellectual property lawyers are based in Toronto and you will need to be aware of the time zone difference.
If it looks like your call is going to take more than 15 minutes, your lawyer will let you know so that you can either extend the call or wrap the conversation up. If you’re having a productive discussion and decide to continue, it’s a flat rate of $39 per additional 15 minutes.
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