- Tom Logan
- 7:00am — 9:00am, 24 February 2021
- East Pier Hotel
- East Pier Hotel, 50 Nelson Quay, Ahuriri
- Price members
- $35.00 incl GST
- Price non-members
- $55.00 incl GST
With the expiry of the ‘safe harbour’ exemptions, directors, now, more than ever, need to be aware of the application and scope of their duties.
The recent Supreme Court decision of Debut Homes Limited highlights the implications for directors of companies facing solvency challenges. The current COVID-19 economic environment has heightened these implications, calling on the need for directors to be alert to their duties and obligations when determining a company’s financial position.
Chris Baldock – director, PwC Legal, will accompany Tom to share updates to the employment law and what this means for directors.
Tom is a director in PwC Legal New Zealand’s Corporate and Commercial legal practice. He has over 13 years’ experience as a corporate and commercial lawyer, having worked both in New Zealand and in London.
Tom holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Commerce from Otago University and is a member of the New Zealand Law Society.
Tom has significant experience advising clients on all aspects of domestic and cross-border mergers, acquisitions and divestments, re-organisations, due diligence and corporate restructures. He also provides general corporate and legal advice across a wide range of matters, including shareholder arrangements, employee equity and incentivisation plans, corporate governance and commercial contracts.
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