Legal Boot Camp - Feb 9
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Legal Boot Camp - Feb 9

Legal Boot Camp - Feb 9

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Toronto City Hall

100 Queen St W

2nd Floor, Meeting Room B ('A' Street Reception)

Toronto, Ontario M5H 2N2

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Whether you want to start a business, or you’re already operating a business, you’re bound to come across legal questions: Do I need to incorporate? Should I trademark my name? Are contracts really that important? How do I prepare proper invoices? What should I do when leasing space for my business? With this program, we offer answers to all these legal questions and more.


Learning Objective:

By attending this seminar, you will gain a better understanding of general legal concepts as well as a strong ability to identify legal issues before they become real problems. We take the mystery out of legal issues and provide practical solutions that you can implement immediately.


Learning Outcomes:

  • Business Structures: Choosing between incorporation, partnership, and sole proprietorship.
  • Contracts: Identifying key terms and provisions.
  • Shareholders Agreements: What they do and why your business may need one.
  • Invoicing: What you need to include to ensure your invoices are enforceable.
  • Intellectual Property: Using copyrights, trademarks, and patents to protect your brand and information.
  • Hiring Employees and Contractors: The critical differences between employees and contractors.
  • Small Claims Litigation: Where to go to enforce your contracts when necessary.
  • Entering into a Commercial Lease: The critical terms and provisions to consider before entering a lease.
  • Legal Resources: Helpful resources to learn more about legal issues for small businesses.


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Toronto City Hall

100 Queen St W

2nd Floor, Meeting Room B ('A' Street Reception)

Toronto, Ontario M5H 2N2

Canada

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