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Richard Niedermayer, TEP, addresses changes to Income Tax Act in Canadian Bar Association webinar

Halifax partner Richard Niedermayer, TEP, will co-present the Canadian Bar Association webinar, The Changed Landscape: The Impact of New Tax Rules on Trusts and Estate Donations, September 17.

Changes to the Income Tax Act come into effect January 1, 2016 and will affect existing testamentary, alter-ego, spousal and joint partner trusts, as well as how individuals use these trusts for planning in the future. In addition to reviewing changes to these specific areas, Richard will also discuss how tax credits for charitable donations and gifts from estates and trusts will be impacted.



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Three lawyers admitted to the partnership

January 23, 2015

We congratulate Scott Campbell, Paul Saunders and Tauna Staniland on their admission to the partnership, effective January 1, 2015. Scott Campbell Called to the Nova Scotia bar in 2008, Halifax lawyer Scott Campbell strives to…

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Partner Gary Demeulenaere included in panel session on best practices for your business

January 19, 2015

Charlottetown partner Gary Demeulenaere will be speaking on a panel, Tuesday, January 20, at the session “Best Practices for your Business: Receivable, Credit, and Collections.” Gary will be joined by Blair Corkum from Corkum Financial and Krista…

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Partner Nancy Rubin, QC, speaking at Canada’s student journalism conference – Nash 77

January 14, 2015

Halifax-based partner Nancy Rubin, QC, is speaking at Nash 77 – Canada’s student journalism conference in Ottawa on Thursday, January 15. For her Thursday afternoon session, “How to Write the Story Without Getting Sued” Nancy…

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Ottawa-based partner John MacDonell returns to government

January 12, 2015

John MacDonell will take a one year leave of absence from the firm to assume the role of Chief of Staff to the Honourable Erin O’Toole, federal Minister of Veteran Affairs, commencing January 21. John…

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