6 Under 6 For 6: Unwanted Minority Shareholders; Imputing Income to the Intentionally Underemployed?; Oppression Remedy for Minority Shareholders; When a Beneficiary is Missing; Infant Settlements; Privacy Law & Developments in Data Protection | CPDonline.ca

6 Under 6 For 6: Unwanted Minority Shareholders; Imputing Income to the Intentionally Underemployed?; Oppression Remedy for Minority Shareholders; When a Beneficiary is Missing; Infant Settlements; Privacy Law and Developments in Data Protection

6 Under 6 For 6: Unwanted Minority Shareholders; Imputing Income to the Intentionally Underemployed?; Oppression Remedy for Minority Shareholders; When a Beneficiary is Missing; Infant Settlements; Privacy Law and Developments in Data Protection

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Substantive: 0.75
40 minutes
Published
2018
Presenter(s)
Lauren Crosby
Casey Dorey
Charles Hammond
Laura Hohensee
Danielle Russell
Lisa Scheulderman
Source
Frontenac Law Association (FLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
40 minutes
Price
$89.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

6 Under 6 For 6

Discussion of the following topics:

  • Bad Company: Strategies for Removing Unwanted Minority Shareholders
  • Lavie v Lavie: Reinforcement or Refinement of the Test for Imputing Income to the Intentionally Underemployed?
  • Oppression Remedy for Minority Shareholders
  • Estate Administration When a Beneficiary is Missing
  • Approval of Infant Settlements: Beyond Basket Motions
  • Privacy Law and Developments in Data Protection: What the ‘Zuck (erberg)’ is all the fuss about?  

Presenters

Lauren Crosby

Casey Dorey

Charles Hammond

Laura Hohensee

Danielle Russell

Lisa Scheulderman

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