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Description

An Introduction to Company Law

Navigating your way through company law as a new practitioner can be quite a challenge. This webinar will look at some of the important elements in company law by working through a client fact scenario and considering the following elements:

  • Companies Act 1993 
  • Company Constitutions 
  • Shareholders and Shareholder Agreements

The fact scenario will consider the preparation a lawyer ought to undertake when meeting with a client that wishes to establish a new company.

This webinar will provide an outline on the obligations of companies under the Companies Act 1993, the importance for businesses to have a company constitution and, where necessary, a shareholders agreement. In this manner we will also consider and evaluate the typical provisions that are usually encompassed within a company constitution and shareholders agreement.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

An introduction to company law for new practitioners.

ORIGINAL BROADCAST DATE

12 June 2018

SUITED TO

New practitioners, new accountants, newly appointed CEO’s and other company administrators, start-ups, legal executives new to company law, and other people new to company law.

PRESENTER

Dr Maria A Pozza, Senior Solicitor, Govett Quilliam

1 CPD Hour

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Sole practitioners

A discount on webinars is available for sole practitioners. Please contact us at NZ‑learning@wolterskluwer.com to confirm eligibility.