Graham Bevans is building a growing transactional and advisory business law practice focused on mergers and acquisitions as well as other corporate and commercial matters.
Sharing insights to support businesses over the COVID-19 pandemic, Graham co-presented on managing emergency business closures. He also co-authored bulletins on the risks of non-compliance with emergency orders, and the temporary relief of corporate requirements for shareholder and director meetings.
During his university studies, Graham was co-editor-in-chief of the Queen’s Law Journal, having previously served as an associate submissions editor on the Journal’s editorial board.
Amendments to the Ontario Business Corporations Act remove Canadian resident director requirement and ease rules for written shareholder resolutions.
The Government of Ontario declared a new provincial State of Emergency and additional public health measures restricting business activities.
Ontario Modernizing its Business Corporations Act
This bulletin discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting Canadian mergers and acquisitions and how buyers and sellers can deal with these issues.
This bulletin discusses issues with the use of the term "consequential damages" in exclusion clauses and limitation of liability clauses.
The provinces and federal government provide temporary measures to ease corporate compliance with legislative requirements and facilitate decision-making.
This webinar will discuss the nationwide impacts, rules and regulations for defining “essential” workplaces and services and the closure of non-essential businesses.
An outline of the potential consequences to continuing to operate a business ordered to close by the governments of Quebec and Ontario.
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