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When it comes to selling a professional firm, a partial purchase makes sense and is often the buyer’s preference. Read Bill Northcote's thoughts in this recent article

Buying or selling a business or professional practice in one fell swoop might appear to grab the lion’s share of publicity, but experts advise there are plenty of timing options parties on both sides of the transaction should consider before finalizing their strategy. Many of those choices revolve around an incremental purchase or sale.  Shibley Righton's Bill Northcote comments: "It would be very unusual in Canada for a law firm or for even an accounting firm, I suspect, to buy and just pay outright for [another firm]. There are a number of risks that are associated with it".  Click here for the fill article.

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Posted December 18, 2014 0 comments 0 recommendations

Peering into the old partnership agreement, Shibley Righton's Bill Northcote shares his thoughts in the recent The Bottom Line article

Shibley Righton's Bill Northcote shares his thoughts and experience with The Bottom Line in their recent article "Peering into the old Partnership Agreement".  You can read the entire article here

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Posted December 18, 2014 0 comments 0 recommendations

Ombudsman’s oversight expanded to cover school boards. Shibley Righton's Sheila MacKinnon comments

The Ontario ombudsman’s new powers over school boards appear to be unnecessary given the built-in oversight and appeal processes already encompassed in the province’s education system, says Shibley Righton's Sheila MacKinnon. To see the entire article please click here.

The Ontario ombudsman’s new powers over school boards appear to be unnecessary given the built-in oversight and appeal processes already encompassed in the province’s education system, says Shibley Righton's Sheila MacKinnon. To see the entire article please click here. The Ontario ombudsman’s new powers over school boards appear to be unnecessary given the built-in oversight and appeal processes already encompassed in the province’s education system, says education lawyer Sheila MacKinnon. - See more at: http://www.advocatedaily.com/ombudsmans-oversight-expanded-to-cover-school-boards-.html#sthash.94A44Kzm.dpuf
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