Company Law 2021 - Part 2 - Drafting Shareholders Agreements and Constitutions

Description

Note: this webinar is the second of a two part series. You can save 10% by purchasing both/all webinars together.

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An Introduction to Company Law drafting for New Practitioners

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 that align between these two documents and keeping your sanity, may at first seem impossible! This Webinar aims to provide you with helpful tips and tricks in the drafting process. We will consider things to think about when drafting:

  • both the Shareholders Agreement and the Company Constitution;
  • a Shareholders Agreement that works alongside a pre-existing Company Constitution; or
  • a Company Constitution that works alongside a pre-existing Shareholders Agreement.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Drafting skills and to develop an understanding of fundamental core company documents for clients.

SUITED TO

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

PRESENTER

Dr Maria A Pozza, Director and Lawyer, Gravity Lawyers

1 CPD Hour

  • Jun 24
    Thu, 2:30 PM NZST - 3:30 PM NZST Online
    • $175.00 excl. GST

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