Course details

    1. Presentation

    2. Recording

About this course

  • $175.00
  • 3 CPD hours
  • November 24, 2022

Learning objectives

  • Learn the basics and some higher level concepts relating to certain corporate reorganizations
  • Identifying issues to address with clients relating to their estate planning
  • Review common tips and traps
  • Instructor(s)

    Edward Miller

    Partner (Aird & Berlis LLP)

    Edward draws on his technical expertise and strong business acumen to deliver strategic tax insight to domestic and international clients. Whether providing corporate or personal tax planning advice, Edward's primary focus is on achieving his clients' objectives. Edward is a member of the firm's Tax Group. He provides advice on domestic and international corporate tax planning as well as personal tax planning for owner-managers and high-net-worth individuals.

    Saam Nainifard

    Partner (Aird & Berlis LLP)

    Saam is a member of the firm’s Tax Group. He advises on all aspects of income taxation, with a particular focus on corporate taxation and reorganizations, mergers & acquisitions and international tax matters.


    Marni Pernica

    Partner (Aird & Berlis LLP)

    Marni works closely with her clients to provide them with practical, thoughtful advice regarding their estate plan. Clients appreciate Marni’s strong relationship-building skills and reputation as a thought-leader, and trust her because they are comfortable confiding in her and confident in her ability to advise them effectively. As Co-Practice Group Leader of the firm’s Tax Group and Estates & Trusts Group, and a member of the Estates & Succession Planning Group, Marni’s practice focuses on estate, income tax and succession planning, including cross-border planning, planning to reduce estate administration tax (formerly known as probate fees), the preparation of wills, powers of attorney and trusts, and assisting with estate administration.

    Michael Selchen

    Partner (Aird & Berlis LLP)

    Michael draws on his in-depth understanding of tax and corporate law to help clients take advantage of business opportunities and develop strategies to mitigate tax. He advises a wide range of clients across Canada and internationally. Michael is a member of the firm’s Tax and Estates & Trusts Groups. His practice involves personal and corporate tax planning, shareholder disputes and remediation, succession planning, corporate reorganizations, restructuring and cross-border transactions. He also has extensive experience advising on inbound and outbound tax structuring; mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; corporate financings; investment fund structuring and taxation; tax controversy resolution; and private client services.