Kenneth A. Dekker, Partner at Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP, will be part of an Osgoode Hall Law School CPD program panel: Shareholder Disputes and the Closely Held Company: Rights and Remedies for Litigators and Corporate Advisors, April 20, 2017.
Shareholder disputes are among the most common and complex disputes faced by commercial litigators, in-house counsel and corporate advisors. To achieve the best results for your clients, you must have a comprehensive and up-to-date understanding of the panoply of rights and remedies available to shareholders.
Topics Include • The scope and use of the oppression remedy • The language to use in an application or action for the remedy • To what extent fiduciary and other duties may be imposed on principals of the company, creditors or other stakeholders • How the post-Hrynew understanding of good faith operates in the interpretation of shareholders’ agreements • Laying the evidentiary foundations for your financial expert’s valuation case.
This CPD accredited program will be held at the Osgoode Professional Development Centre, 1 Dundas St. W., 26th Floor.