Together with the Women & Business Network (WBN) Fredericton, the lawyers at McInnes Cooper will be holding a half day seminar presenting on the following topics:
- Commercial Leases | 5 Key Legal Terms Listing – Commercial leases are typically long and often complex documents, full of “legalese” and “boilerplate” clauses. And while tenants are well-advised to review all terms carefully and to seek legal advice before signing them, McInnes Cooper’s Adel Gönczi offers a listing of five of the key clauses on which to focus.
- Estate Planning for Business Owners – Estate planning is directed at protecting your assets and your loved ones, your wishes – and for business owners, the business’s legacy while giving family members and key stakeholders financial security. McInnes Cooper’s Adel Gönczi explains the steps to help you meet your estate planning goals.
- Hiring & Firing |10 Key Do’s & Don’ts – The hiring and the termination processes are equally important stages of the employment relationship. It’s critical employers put the time in both up-front and at the back-end to ensure they begin and end employment relationships in a way that minimizes their liability risk. McInnes Cooper’s Dominique Fontaine details 10 key do’s – and don’ts – for employers when hiring and firing employees.
- Growing Your Business | 3 Structuring Solutions – When growing your business, you face many decisions. One is choosing the business structure that’s right for you. McInnes Cooper’s Morganne Foley reviews the three main ways to structure a business in N.B. and the pros and cons of each
- Offside Online Conduct | There’s a Remedy for That – Courts are conscious that the internet’s ability to “instantaneously send words throughout the world to the millions who have access to computers” make it unique – and the law has responded. McInnes Cooper’s Leanne Murray and Katie Paterno outline the civil and criminal recourse for online defamation and cyber-harassment.
- Relationship Breakdown | Controlling Chaos by Way of Contract – When a relationship breaks down, chaos can erupt. A domestic contract can help curtail the chaos and provide some certainty in an uncertain time. McInnes Cooper’s Sabrina Winters outlines three major benefits of domestic contracts.
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