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Transfer of an Internet Business - Corporate Workshop

Transfer of an Internet Business - Corporate Workshop

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Credits
Professionalism (Ethics, etc.): 0.5
30 minutes
Published
2017
Presenter(s)
Iwona Albrecht
Julia Heintzman
Scott Miller
Sarah Saad
Koby Smutylo
Source
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
30 minutes
Price
$79.00 plus tax
CCLA 2017 Solicitors Conference
Includes Handouts

Transfer of an Internet Business

Different Assets of the Modern Age. From the  Buyer and Seller Perspective & the Effect on Intellectual Property Rights.

Accreditation Criteria Client Service (retainers – including joint retainers, conducting effective client interviews and client meetings, Dealing effectively with unrepresented persons), Ethics and Professional Responsbility (Best Practices for Analyzing Ethical Dilemmas).  Rules of Professional Conduct sections 3.1 (competence), 3.2 (quality of service) and 3.4(conflicts), – Explanatory Note: An update on key issues and  the most common errors solicitors are making in an era with new types of internet-based assets and businesses .  Reminder/refresher on practice standards and professional obligations. Recognizing limitations on ability to handle a matter, knowing when to seek advice from another licensee

Presenters

Iwona Albrecht

Julia Heintzman

Scott Miller

Sarah Saad

Sarah graduated from the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2005. Her practice at Rasmussen Starr Ruddy concentrates on corporate and commercial work including advising clients on:

  • many corporate areas including incorporations and re-organizations, shareholders´ rights and remedies, financing and commercial real estate;
  • purchases and sales of businesses, assets and shares, secured transactions, franchising, and leasing;
  • employment, consultancy and cost-sharing matters and agreements; and
  • intellectual property including issues and disputes with trademarks, copyright, and unfair competition and with respect to protecting, selling, and licensing their intellectual property.

Koby Smutylo

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