Date of Event: May 1, 2015

Law Society of Ontario — Due Diligence in Buying or Selling a Small Business


When buying or selling a small business, due diligence is a critical step. And as a lawyer, you play a critical role. Do you understand exactly what that is? Host Violet French (Torkin Manes LLP) explains the purpose of due diligence, how the context of the transaction informs your role, how to properly organize and conduct your review, and what to look for to protect your client's interests. Examples, quizzes, and practice tips reinforce what you learn and help facilitate its real-world application. This e-Course is especially worthwhile for junior lawyers.

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