Effectively Dealing with the 21-Year Deemed Disposition Rule for Trusts; and Tax Traps and How to Avoid Them - Lessons from a Negligence Lawyer: Webinar
There will be two topics covered during this webinar:
1. Effectively Dealing with the 21-Year Deemed Disposition Rule for Trusts
Speaker: William Bernstein, LL.M. (Taxation), TEP of Gardiner Roberts LLP
2. Tax Traps and How to Avoid Them - Lessons from a Negligence Lawyer
Speaker: Molly Luu, J.D. of Speigel Nichols Fox LLP
22 Jan 2019, 7:00 PM
2 CPD hours
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About the Instructor(s)
Bill's practice covers a broad range of tax, estate planning and business law matters. With a master's degree in taxation law, being a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and numerous years counseling entrepreneurial business owners, Bill provides his clients and their accountants with expert, practical advice.
Bill advises many of his own clients with the start-up, growth and reorganization of their companies making use of tax minimization strategies. He is also called in to assist other lawyers when a transaction requires tax input. His careful planning and attention to detail are invaluable in complex matters.
Bill also helps clients organize their affairs with comprehensive estate planning coordination. This often involves family trusts and plans for the continuation of a family business in addition to wills and powers of attorney.
Bill has lectured and written for the Ontario Institute of Chartered Accountants and the Ontario Bar Association. Bill has been an instructor at the Ontario Bar Admission Course in the areas of taxation and estate planning. Bill has been a member of the Executive of the Tax section of the Ontario Bar Association.
Molly is a litigator with Speigel Nichols Fox LLP, a boutique business law firm. Her practice focuses on general commercial, construction, and tax litigation.
Molly spent a summer and her articling year at a Bay Street law firm, followed by a year as a judicial law clerk where she worked closely with the judges of the Superior Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal for Ontario.