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Bullet Proofing Your Board

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May 10, 2017

12:00 pm – 1:30
Brookfield Place, 181 Bay Street, Suite 4400

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How, why and when do Boards get into hot water? What are key items that courts and regulators look for in Boards? How can a Board protect itself and have its directors sleep well at night? Please join us for a discussion with McMillan D & O liability experts Markus Koehnen and Leila Rafi. Drawing on practical examples from real contracts and cases, they will discuss how, why and when Boards get into trouble and give you techniques to keep Boards out of trouble.

Wednesday, May 10,2017
12:00-12:30 p.m.
Registration and Lunch 12:30-1:30 p.m. Seminar

McMillan LLP
Brookfield Place, 181 Bay Street Suite 4400 Toronto, Ontario, M5J 2T3

This program is eligible for up to 1 Substantive CDP Hour (Ontario).

Should you be interested in attending, please contact: Ella Mesina at 647.943.8052 or [email protected]

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