Securing Your Business For Success In A Pandemic

Edmonton Chapter

Securing Your Business For Success In A PandemicEDM_1105WEB
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Webinar: Securing your business for success in a Pandemic World
Date: November 5th, 2020 from 12 pm - 2 pm EST
Location: GoToWebinar details to be emailed one day prior to the event date
RSVP deadline: November 4th, 2020, 12 pm
Price: FREE to Edmonton Chapter Member
            $20 for Other Chapter Member/ Guest

Key takeway:  A discussion on securing your business in a Pandemic World including:  
Compliance with Public Health Orders – how they affect contractual arrangements in terms of procurement of labour & resources and 
Force Majeure vs. Frustration of Contract – what do those two legal concepts mean and what are the differences between them (from a practical point of view).

Howie Sniderman is a partner with the law firm of WITTEN LLP in Edmonton and served for many years as chair of the firm’s Litigation Department. His undergrad studies were at the University of Calgary and the University of Manitoba. He received his law degree from the University of Alberta in 1981 and was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1982. Howie has a commercial litigation practice with an emphasis on Commercial Landlord/Tenant lease litigation with supporting areas of practice in Bankruptcy & Insolvency; Security Priorities & Enforcement; and Builder’s Lien and Construction litigation. He acts for numerous national and local developers, property managers, landlords and tenants. He has appeared before all levels of court in Alberta on trial and appeal matters.

He was a Sessional Lecturer on Trial Advocacy at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law for 17 years and is a past chair of the Commercial Leasing Section of the Canadian Bar Association. Howie has lectured extensively on all aspects of the landlord & tenant relationship; insolvency; and trial advocacy for the Law Society of Alberta; Legal Education Society of Alberta; International Council of Shopping Centers; Building Owner Managers Association; Canadian Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Professionals; and the Canadian Bar Association. He has been a member of the board of the Edmonton Chapter of the Credit Institute of Canada for many years, serving as chair of the Bylaws & Legislation Committee. Howie has participated in numerous seminars on a variety of topics for the Credit Institute locally and nationally over the years.

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CCP and ACI members earn 10 Professional Development Points for attending this event.

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