Charity and Not-For-Profit Law: A Point of Intersecting Areas of Practice
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2017
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Join us to explore the current legal context in which charities and not-for-profits operate, with a particular emphasis on when charity law intersects with other areas of law in unique and potentially litigious ways (e.g. corporate law, employment law, wills and estates, tax, real estate). When do charities, their directors, or legal advisors most commonly get into trouble?

Gain insights from our faculty on when and where issues may arise, and on how to minimize or avoid the related risks.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Derek Ross, Christian Legal Fellowship
Teresa Douma, Douma Law

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Real Estate Issues Unique to Charities
Theresa L.M. Man, Carters Professional Corporation

Employment Law Issues Facing Ontario Charities and Not-for-Profit Employers
Leslie J. Smith, Leslie J. Smith Employment Law Offices

Ethical Issues for Lawyers Sitting on Charitable or Not-for-Profit Boards
David Amy, Amy, Appleby & Brennan
Robert Hayhoe, Miller Thomson LLP

Issues with Wealth Transfer via Charities
M. Elena Hoffstein, Partner, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

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