Corporate/Commercial Part 2: What Happens to Bonuses & Commissions on Termination of Contract; Commercial Leases - Best Practices; Protecting Private Shareholders; The Implications of the New Construction Act for the Commercial Leasing World | CPDonline.ca

Corporate/Commercial Part 2: What Happens to Bonuses and Commissions on Termination of Contract; Commercial Leases - Best Practices; Protecting Private Shareholders; The Implications of the New Construction Act for the Commercial Leasing World

Corporate/Commercial Part 2: What Happens to Bonuses and Commissions on Termination of Contract; Commercial Leases - Best Practices; Protecting Private Shareholders; The Implications of the New Construction Act for the Commercial  Leasing World
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Credits
Substantive: 1.0
1 hour
Published
2019
Presenter(s)
Rachel Belford
Bren Craswell
Megan Reilkoff
David Stout
Frank Tanner
Source
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
1 hour
Price
$99.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Frank Tanner, Brent Craswell, Rachel Belford, David Stout, and Megan Reilkoff discuss:

  • What Happens to Bonuses and Commissions on Termination of Contract
  • Commercial Leases - Best Practices; Protecting Private Shareholders
  • The Implications of the New Construction Act for the Commercial Leasing World 

Presenters

Rachel Belford

Rachael joined the Real Estate Law Group at Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall in 2018 after completing her summer and articling programs with the firm. Rachael completed her JD at Queen’s University in 2017 and obtained a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biological Sciences with first-class standing from Brock University in 2014. During law school, she worked with both the Queen’s Family Law Clinic and the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic to provide legal services to clientele who would not otherwise be able to access a lawyer. Rachael was awarded the Queen’s Law Prize in Children’s Law in 2016. Rachael focuses on residential and commercial real estate, working with buyers, sellers, lenders, landlords, tenants, and investors in various real estate transactions. She also assists clients with the preparation of Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Guardianship Applications.

Bren Craswell

Brent is an associate in the firm’s litigation group. He acts on insurance defence, employment law and commercial real estate litigation matters. His experience includes advising on MVA and property damage insurance claims, representing employers and employees in wrongful dismissal cases, discrimination and human rights disputes, resolving commercial lease disputes, and acting on debt collection matters. He has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court and the Small Claims court. He received his LLB from Queen’s University and was called to the Bar in 2015.

Megan Reilkoff

Megan Reilkoff is an associate in the Business Law Group of the Ottawa office of Gowling WLG. Her practice focuses on various aspects of real estate law and commercial leasing. Megan is an integral part of a close-knit group offering a full range of commercial leasing services, including negotiating the offer and related leasing documents, advising and representing landlords and tenants on issues unique to the sector, and advising on the orderly turnover at the end of the term.

David Stout

David received his LL.B. from the University of Ottawa in 1974. He was called to Ontario Bar in 1976, and was called to the Nunavut Bar in 2001. David Stout is a partner at Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP, and leader of our Business Law Group. He has over thirty-five years’ experience providing legal services to organizations of every size. From not-for-profits to large international companies, David’s extensive experience includes incorporations, corporate re-organizations, and mergers and acquisitions. He has also acted as general corporate counsel for federal, provincial, and international organizations, including national and provincial not-for-profits. David regularly provides advice to clients on all aspects of corporate, business, and ancillary issues, including strategic planning, strategic alliances, and long-range policy issues that may affect business. His practice also includes wealth management and succession planning, bankruptcy and insolvency, IP Licensing and Enforcement and business issues related to intellectual property. In 1999, David was retained as lead counsel on behalf of the Office of the Interim Commissioner for the Territory of Nunavut. He negotiated the re-organization of the Northwest Territories Power Corporation and the Workers' Compensation Board of the Northwest Territories, following the division of the Northwest Territories into two new territories. David continues to practice within Nunavut, providing legal services and business advice to individuals, businesses operating within the Territory of Nunavut, and the Government of Nunavut. He finds the work he does in Nunavut endlessly rewarding, and is proud of what he has achieved there.

Frank Tanner Piazza Tanner LLP

Harland completed his undergraduate degree at Carleton University and graduated from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law in 2006. He was called to the Bar in 2007. Harland acts in residential and commercial real estate matters, representing and advising individuals and businesses through the process of buying, selling and financing. He also acts extensively for lenders in commercial mortgage transactions and developers in all aspects of land development and construction. In addition to his extensive real estate practice, Harland also practices in the areas of wills, estates and trusts, advising both individuals and businesses in estate matters and succession planning.

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