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Quick Tips: Real Estate, Employment, Corporate/Commercial Law; Case Comments: Mohamed v Information Systems Architects Inc

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Credits
Professionalism (Ethics, etc.): 0.25
20 minutes
Substantive: 0.5
30 minutes
Published
2023
Presenter(s)
Vanessa Carment
Angela McLaughlin
Hailey Palmer
Sean Patton
Paul Willetts
Source
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
50 minutes
Price
$109.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Hailey Palmer, Sean Patton, Vanessa Carment, Angela Mclaughlin, and Paul Willetts present Quick Tips: Real Estate, Employment, Corporate/Commercial Law & Case Comments: Mohamed v Information Systems Architects Inc

Presenters

Vanessa Carment

Vanessa Carment is an associate in Soloway Wright LLP’s Real Estate and Development, Commercial Leasing, and Condominium Law groups. Vanessa’s real estate practice consists of all aspects of real estate transactions, including purchases, sales, and financings. In her condominium practice, Vanessa regularly advises condominium corporation boards on a wide range of condominium matters. Vanessa is also regularly involved in commercial leasing work for both landlords and tenants. She has co-chaired commercial leasing continuing professional development programming with the Ontario Bar Association and recently co-authored an article on the impact of COVID-19 on commercial leasing for the County of Carleton Law Association. Outside of work, Vanessa is an Executive with the Ontario Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division – East, acts as Writing Leader for the University of Ottawa 

Angela McLaughlin

Hailey Palmer

As a law student at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, Hailey Palmer has enjoyed her first year of studies and has taken an interest in Contract, Tort, and Public Constitutional Law. Hailey was intrigued by the legal system in high school and from that point, made it her goal to attend law school in Ontario. She studied English Literature at the University of Guelph and has implemented both her written and oral proficiencies in her legal studies. In the summers during undergrad, Hailey worked for a solicitor’s firm in her hometown, Campbellford Ontario. Though She enjoyed providing assistance to clients with varying needs in the areas of real estate, wills and estates, and corporate law, Hailey also recognized her passion for litigation. Hailey looksforward to competing at the PhilipC. Jessup International LawMoot Court Competition next year

Sean Patton

Paul Willetts

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