BARBEAU EVANS LLP
Barbeau Evans LLP is a Canadian law firm that helps clients implement effective and innovative solutions to complex legal problems with an emphasis on cross-border and international transactions.
We have extensive experience in providing a broad range of advice on planning domestic and international business structures for our clients. We utilize a wide array of corporations, limited and unlimited liability partnerships, trusts and other entities for the business and financial benefit of our clients.
Real Estate Law
Our lawyers have expertise in all areas of real estate law, with an emphasis on commercial real estate matters including real estate development projects, rezoning issues, construction contracts, non-profit housing development, commercial leasing, conveyancing, and mortgage lending and other forms of financing.
Our lawyers advise on all aspects of intellectual property, entertainment and e-commerce law. We regularly advise on trademarks, copyright, patents and non-registered intellectual property rights. We have experience in managing intellectual property portfolios in a variety of jurisdictions throughout the world.
We have an active domestic and international trust and estate practice, representing individuals, families and charitable organizations, both in Canada and abroad. We create estate plans utilizing wills, representation agreements, powers of attorney, alter ego trusts, inter vivos and testamentary trusts.
Charities and Non-Profit
We regularly advises on the formation of not-for-profit entities, foundations, charitable organizations and other structures. In addition, we provide legal advice regarding governance, compliance and administration, to ensure efficient and effective realization of each entity’s charitable or not-for-profit objectives.
Our lawyers provide efficient and reliable advice to foreign parties, regarding temporary or permanent immigration to Canada, and provide direction in selecting the immigration programs that suit their needs. We also attend to appeals at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada and the Federal Court of Canada.