The Corporate course examines the various types of business ownerships. The course places particular emphasis on the following topics: the corporate and administrative procedures involved in preparing and filing articles of incorporation; organizing a corporation by way of a minute book; preparing and filing relevant incorporation-related documents that relate to the composition of a corporation i.e. articles of amendment, annual returns, extra-provincial filings, and dissolutions; financing issues and relevant searches; and share purchase agreements. In this area of law, students should be familiar with the Act(s) governing the formation and operation of a corporation. This course is especially appropriate for those currently employed as law clerks or experienced legal assistants.
The Corporate course is offered annually and usually runs from April – June (in 2023 from March 30 to July 13).
Instructor: Farah Jamal Karmali is the author of Corporate Law for Ontario Businesses, 3rd ed. (Toronto: Thomson Reuters, 2022). She has been a full-time Professor at Humber College since 2006, teaching in the Law Clerk Diploma Program, the Paralegal Diploma, Degree and Graduate Certificate Programs, and the Professional Accounting Practice Graduate Certificate Program. Professor Jamal Karmali is also a Deputy Judge of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Small Claims Court) and has been presiding over matters dealing with business and corporate law since 2017. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 1996, and practiced corporate/commercial law at prominent Bay Street law firms, moving on to academia as the Director of the Advanced Business Law Program at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law and then the Assistant Director of the Professional Development Programme at Osgoode Hall Law School. Currently, Professor Jamal Karmali teaches Corporate Law, Canadian Business Law, Torts, Contracts and Estates Law. She has also developed a Corporate Procedures course that uses innovative approaches to teach the procedural aspects of corporate law. Professor Jamal Karmali graduated from the Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration (JD/MBA) Joint Program at Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business, and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from York University.
ATTENDANCE: Attendance is mandatory. Students are expected to attend class on a regular basis.
REFUND POLICY: Please note that there is no course fee refund after withdrawal date and once you receive course log in and syllabus.
ILCO is pleased to offer the 2023 Associate Corporate Law Course via live Webinar sessions, starting March 30th, 2023 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM. The Associate Corporate Law course runs on Thursdays until July 13th, 2023. The registration fee is $450 + HST, which includes Syllabus. Deadline to register for this course is Friday March 24th 2023.