All companies are subject to numerous general corporate requirements, irrespective of their size and industry.

Whether you are an entrepreneur seeking to incorporate a new business venture or an existing company organizing a general meeting of your shareholders, our lawyers possess the knowledge and expertise to aid your company in addressing its obligations under corporate law.

Maxis Law’s team of skilled lawyers has successfully advised various public and private companies on a wide array of corporate law matters, from incorporation to dissolution under both the British Columbia Business Corporations Act and the Canada Business Corporations Act.

We have advised clients on corporate law matters such as incorporation, business restructuring and strategic planning, dividends and returns of capital, shareholder agreements, voting trusts, shareholder meetings, proxy fights, employment and director indemnity agreements, stock option plans and restricted stock units, employee share purchase plans, and continuances into new jurisdictions. Maxis Law also provides its clients with registered and records office maintenance services.

Our team is committed to providing our clients with the best possible service. We tailor our legal advice to address both our clients’ current corporate matters and their long-term business objectives.

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