Company Law for New Practitioners 2018 - 13 Sep 18 (On Demand)


An Introduction to Company Law drafting for New Practitioners and Practitioners New to Company Law.

Drafting a Company Constitution and/or a Shareholder Agreement is certainly a tricky task. But getting it right for the Client is crucially fundamental to the on-going operation of their business. Deciphering client instructions, tailoring optional and presumptive provisions between the two documents and keeping your sanity may seem hard for New Practitioners and Practitioners new to Company Law, but there is a way through the complex matrix of drafting these two documents.
This Webinar aims to provide you with helpful tips and tricks in the drafting process from the following situations:

  • you need to draft both the Shareholders Agreement and the Company Constitution; 
  • you need to draft a Shareholders Agreement to work alongside a pre-existing Company Constitution; or 
  • you need to draft a Company Constitution to work alongside a pre-existing Shareholders Agreement.


Drafting skills and an understanding of these fundamental core documents for clients.


New Practitioners, Practitioners new to Company Law, CEOs, Directors, Accountants, Company Secretaries, Shareholders, in-house lawyers and any other person involved in a decision-making capacity within a Company.


13 September 2018


Dr Maria A Pozza, Associate Solicitor, Govett Quilliam

1 CPD hour

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $170.00 excl. GST

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Sole practitioners

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