A Calgary man who was convicted of killing a motorcyclist while driving drunk has filed an appeal of his six-year sentence. The man is reportedly arguing that the sentence was too long given the facts of his case, and that the sentence should have more appropriately been in the range of four or five years.
When two parties in Calgary become involved in a business fraud dispute, document analysis is crucial to resolving the issues that are in question. Because both parties may find it difficult to work together by the time that fraud allegations arise, the presentation of physical evidence and documentation may often be the only avenue toward a resolution.
Alberta business owners may not realize that they have intellectual property that needs to be protected. Intellectual property is not limited to just inventions and creations. It may also include designs, names, symbols and more.