New Brunswick lawyers speak at upcoming Chartered Professional Accountants conference in Fredericton
Partners Paul Harquail, ACIArb and James LeMesurier, QC, as well as associates Alanna Waberski, Nick Russon and Christopher Marr, will be presenting a full day session this Wednesday, October 12, at the 2016 Chartered Professional Accountants New Brunswick Fall Continuing Professional Development conference in Fredericton.
Beginning at 8:30 a.m., our presenters will discuss legal issues that individuals may encounter in the accounting world. From sale-related labour relation issues and Canada Revenue Agency investigations, to ownership transition and trustees, Paul, James, Alanna, Nick and Christopher will provide advice on how to address and manage legal situations that accountants may face in their work environment.
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