| Wednesday, 18 September 2019 |
11:00 AM » 12:30 PM
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OVERVIEW

Corporate law is constantly evolving, and this is reflected in the various corporate statutes across Canada. This webinar will take stock of recent major changes relating to corporate law in Canada.

This webinar will be presented in English only. A French language webinar on the same subject will be presented on October 16, 2019.

SPEAKER

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Marc Guénette was, for many years, one of the partners at a leading research firm in Corporate law in Québec. A specialist of the Québec Business Corporations Act, Mr. Guénette gives a number of conferences and webinars every year and has given hundreds of lectures over the years to thousands of people who, just like him, are passionate about Corporate law. He has written countless articles relating to Corporate law. He is also an author for Practical Law Canada and the author of the books: Les différentes formes d’entreprises au Canada and Questions et réponses en droit des sociétés au Québec.

ACCREDITATION

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes.

A certificate of attendance will be given to the participants.

Lawyers must keep supporting documents confirming their participation in a training activity for a period of 7 years following the filing of the declaration of continuing education (art. 9, Règlement sur la formation continue obligatoire des avocats - Décision, (2019) 151 G.O. II, 783 [B-1, r. 12.1]).

The retention period for supporting documents is 5 years for notaries (art. 7, Règlement sur la formation continue obligatoire des notaires, chapitre N-3, r. 9.1).

ON DEMAND

Available on demand starting September 20, 2019.

11:30 AM » 12:30 PM
 

This 60-minute WestlawNext Canada webinar will teach you how to: •Browse the CED, Canadian Abridgment and other exclusive WLNC content •Perform Federated Searches (including nearly 300 eLooseleafs on ProView) using Plain Language or Boolean Connectors •Organize and filter Search Results •Find specific documents by Citation or Name/Number •Work with Documents (Annotate, Folder, Print, Email, Download) •Link to Citing References and Other Related Documents •Manage and Share Your Document Folders •Access Your Research History

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