New Developments in Corporate Law: Employment Law Refresher: 3 Common Client Calls; Current Tax Cases of Interest | CPDonline.ca

New Developments in Corporate Law: Employment Law Refresher: 3 Common Client Calls; Current Tax Cases of Interest

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Substantive: 1.0
65 minutes
Published
2019
Presenter(s)
David Spence
Keith Trussler
Source
Middlesex Law Association
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
65 minutes
Price
$99.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Employment Law Refresher:  3 Common Client Calls

This presentation is an overview of 3 common employment law questions on which I frequently advise. Intended as an employment law refresher for the occasional practitioner, it contains strategies and substantive advice on how one might advise clients in three unique situations.

Current Tax Cases of Interest in connection with:

  • The Voluntary Disclosure Program
  • Reassessing statute barred years
  • Requirement to Provide Information
  • Shareholder Benefits

Presenters

David Spence

Born and raised in Kincardine, Ontario, David took an interest in business at a young age. At 14 he and his sister opened their first retail store and ever since he has strived to bring that entrepreneurial spirit to every matter he undertakes.

David was called to the Ontario bar in June 2018 and practices Labour, Employment, and Privacy Law with the at Harrison Pensa LLP.

Outside his office, you’ll find David playing the bagpipes and blogging about tech law issues.

Keith Trussler

I am a lawyer at McKenzie Lake Lawyers LLP, specializing in the areas of business law, tax litigation and matters of professional negligence as it pertains to tax practitioners across Canada.  I head the Tax Group at McKenzie Lake. Outside of my law practice, I have made a lifelong commitment to be involved in volunteer work. Participating in organizations whose goal is to make the lives of Canadian kids healthier and more active has been my focus over the past 10 years. To that end, I have been engaged in National Charities, Silken’s Active Kids Movement and GoodLife Kids Foundation.  I am also a director of the National Charity, Unsinkable, a story-sharing platform hosted by four-time Olympian, Silken Laumann.  Unsinkable’s mission is to connect and empower Canadians to achieve better mental, physical and spiritual health.   I am the current Chair and Chair of Cabinet of the St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation. I have also served on the boards of many other community and national non-profit groups such as Scouts Canada (National Review Board), YMCA-YWCA of London, Childreach Centre, Southwestern Ontario Children’s Care Inc., Ronald McDonald House Charities, Community Living London and Global Vision. Global Vision is a National charity whose focus is to empower enterprising youth, through domestic and international programs, and provide them with the tools that will make them innovative Canadian leaders in the future.  In recognition of my community service, I have received the Queens Golden Jubilee Medal. I live an active lifestyle, working out regularly, playing golf and have recently retired from scuba diving.

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