Corporate Commercial Part 2: Review & Analysis of the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010; Structuring the M&A Deal: Business, Accounting, & Legal Considerations in Valuation & Adjustments |

Corporate Commercial Part 2: Review and Analysis of the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010; Structuring the M&A Deal: Business, Accounting, and Legal Considerations in Valuation and Adjustments

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Professionalism (Ethics, etc.): 1.25
80 minutes
Conor Cronin
Kimberley Cunnington-Taylor
Stephan May
Megan Wallace
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
80 minutes
$129.00 plus tax
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Kimberley Cunnington-Taylor, Megan Wallace, Conor Cronin, Bryan Haralovich, and Stephan May present Corporate Commercial Part 2: Review and Analysis of the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010; Structuring the M&A Deal: Business, Accounting, and Legal Considerations in Valuation and Adjustments


Conor Cronin

30+ years of experience supporting entrepreneurial led private and public companies with accounting, assurance and tax matters in Canada and in the US. Bryan Haralovich has a passion for tech enabled internationally focused businesses from start-up to commercially successful businesses. The majority of the clients supported are focused on customers outside of Canada, have funded R&D and commercialization with third party debt/equity from a variety of sources including friends/family, angels, venture capital and PE firms, accessed nondilutive capital and are being built to sell. Fluent in all GAAP – ASPE, IFRS and US GAAP and comfortable navigating all things tax leveraging the support of tax specialists within Welch LLP. Bryan leverages Welch’s international network, BKR, to provide clients with support when doing business outside of North America.

Kimberley Cunnington-Taylor

Kim Cunnington-Taylor is an Ottawa lawyer. Her practice focuses on not-forprofit and charity law, and business law, working primarily with small and medium organizations. Kim provides advice on a wide range of matters including formation, corporate governance and compliance, risk management, corporate structure, and dispute resolution. Kim also advises on transactional matters including mergers and amalgamations, purchases and sales, financing, windingdown of corporations and charities, and voluntary revocations of charitable status. Kim is very involved with the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) and the Canadian Bar Association (CBA). Kim has held various positions on the Charity and Not‐for‐Profit section executive of the OBA, CPD Liaison; she is currently regional co-ordinator. Kim has also been a member of the Business Law section executive for many years, is a Past Chair of the section and is currently the Chair of the Corporate Law Committee of the section. In addition, Kim is currently a member-at-large of both of the Business Law and Charity and Not-for-profit section executives of the CBA. Kim’s work with the OBA and CBA includes participation in legislative reform in respect of both not‐for‐profit and charity legislation, and business related corporate legislation. Kim is frequently invited to present at OBA hosted conferences and seminars. She also speaks regularly about charity and not‐for‐profit issues, and business law issues. Kim holds memberships in the Canadian Bar Association, the Canadian Tax Foundation and the County of Carleton Law Association. Kim received her LLB. from the University of Ottawa in 2008 and is a sole practitioner.

Stephan May

Stephan May is a recognized corporate finance executive with experience in M&A, capital, and private equity. He is currently the Managing Director at Welch Capital Partners, where he advises clients on selling or acquiring companies. Prior to Welch Capital Partners, Stephan held Senior Corporate Development roles. Stephan holds an MBA from Telfer School of Business and is a regular guest speaker at Telfer School of Business and the University of Carleton. He sits on a variety of corporate boards. In 2015, Stephan was a recipient of the Top 40 under 40 award.

Megan Wallace

Megan Wallace is a business lawyer in the firm’s Corporate Law Group. She completed her articles with Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall after attending law school at the University of Ottawa. From the beginning, Megan’s leadership, proactive work ethic and exceptional client service was evident. Her successful tenure with the firm resulted in her joining our Business Law Group after completing her articling requirement and being called to the Bar of Ontario in 2010. Today, Megan is one of our Ottawa business lawyers working with a variety of clients – ranging from corporations that operate across Canada to local familyowned businesses. She assists her business clients on a range of issues, including incorporations, mergers and acquisitions, financings and review of key agreements. Megan was called to the Bar of Alberta in 2015 and now works with her clients on their Alberta business law issues and inter-provincial transactions. In addition, Megan works with a variety of not-for-profits and charities on issues including compliance with governing legislation, governance and transactions/agreements with other organizations. Megan assisted over seventy clients – large and small – with continuing to the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act and is already working with clients in respect of the upcoming transition to the new Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act. Megan has a special interest in regulatory law including FINTRAC compliance, government procurement and CITT complaints, government relations and lobbyist regulation.

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