(Original date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017)
Who should attend: Corporate paralegals and legal support staff, articling students, business lawyers with 1-2 years' experience, or in-house counsel looking for a refresher on corporate procedures relating to dividends.
Learning level: Fundamental/Intermediate
In this workshop, Anna Juch and Dawn Gould will guide you step-by-step on how to work taxable dividends, capital dividends, stock dividends, eligible dividends, and deemed dividends on a share redemption. They will discuss preliminary issues and considerations and will also provide checklists and precedents.
This is the third of three courses in this year's Corporate Procedures 2017 Series, which is focused on the corporate procedures, filings, and issues related to issuing dividends of BC companies. Join us to discover the information that you need to gather, the issues you need to consider, and the documents that you need to prepare.
Other courses in the series include:
I. Dividends: A Primer
II. Dividends Workshop A
Note: We recommend that you have your copy of CLEBC's Company Law Deskbook. If you do not have this valuable resource, you may purchase a copy separately. *Order the book for this course and SAVE $60—Contact Customer Service.
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 1 (this course will NOT include any professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management)
Dawn Gould, Manager, Corporate Services — McCullough O'Connor Irwin LLP, Vancouver
The book — Company Law Deskbook
$199 Print + Online package (when purchased with course—Contact Customer Service to order)
$99 Online Only access
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