FL Happenings

Curious about the latest happenings at Fuller Landau? Check back often for updates on our team, and the firm as a whole.

Preparing for the Future of Your Business – Presentation

Fuller Landau Team • November 20, 2018 Simon Francis, a Partner in our Audit and Accounting practice, had the opportunity last week to host a session ‘Preparation for the future of your business – taxation, succession and relates matters to promote a healthy practice’ at the Canadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine’s Annual Conference. In his presentation, Simon touched upon se ... Read More

Welcome to Our New Website!

Fuller Landau Team • October 15, 2018 We are pleased to introduce to you our new website! The website has been designed with new features and enhancements to improve your experience. New features of this website: A clean new look A mobile-friendly platform; access the site from anywhere with your smartphone and or tablet More articles and insights, including videos, on a ... Read More

Fuller Landau Recognized as One of the Best Workplaces for Millennials!

Fuller Landau Team • October 09, 2018 Fuller Landau is thrilled to announce that our firm has been named to the 2018 LIST OF BEST WORKPLACES™ FOR MILLENNIALS. We take immense pride in providing our next generation of leaders a positive employee experience. Fuller Landau received this honour after a thorough and independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work® based on direct ... Read More

South Dakota v. Wayfair – Webinar Recording Available

Fuller Landau Team • July 09, 2018 On July 6, 2018, our US Tax Partner, Jeffrey Brown, hosted a live webinar to explore the nuances of the landmark South Dakota v. Wayfair decision and the potential impact on remote sellers. A full recording of the webinar is now available, for your reference.  The US Supreme Court issued a much-anticipated opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair ... Read More

July 6th Webinar – South Dakota v. Wayfair

Fuller Landau Team • June 28, 2018 On June 21st, the US Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, enabling states to impose sales tax on vendors without an in-state physical presence. The consequences for Canadian companies selling to customers south of the border will be significant.  ... Read More