Corporate Law Basics

  • June 06, 2016


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Whatever your practice area, you are likely to need to address corporate law issues. How are corporate reorganizations used in the context of family law, estate planning, and contractual disputes? What are representations and warranties and what do they mean for your clients? Learn the essentials of corporate law including corporate structures, basic tax vocabulary, tax considerations for an owner-manager, and the use of valuation in disputes. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from expert practitioners and add valuable knowledge to your practice by building a strong corporate law foundation.


Nancy Hamzo, Baker & McKenzie LLP
Emily Hubling, Torkin Manes LLP
Igor Kastelyanets, Rodrigues Law LLP


Preferred Shares: Overview
Wayne Gray, Practical Law Canada

A Brief Overview of Shareholder Agreements
Amira Abouali, Torkin Manes LLP

Valuation Theory and Litigation
Jason Silver and Andrew Cochran, EY

Corporate Reorganizations
Matthew Kindree, Baker & McKenzie LLP

Sale of Business by Owner-Manager: Basic Tax Vocabulary
Anna Malazhavaya, Milot Tax Law

Representing the Corporation
David Shiller, Shillers LLP