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Share sale agreements for private companies

 

Join us for a five-hour webinar course, held over five days, to explore the legal aspects of private company share sale agreements.

We will cover the key elements of a sale agreement, structuring considerations, conditions precedent, warranties, the post-signing period, practical considerations around drafting arbitration and breach provisions, and more!

When?

This course has not been scheduled for this year.

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Presenters

Jean Milner and Jessica Blignaut are co-founders of GreenLight Law, a corporate legal training consultancy offering practical training for junior lawyers and other professionals. As experienced corporate lawyers specialising in mergers and acquisitions, Jean and Jess want to share their knowledge and experience through practical training courses. They believe that demystifying corporate legal concepts and conveying practical skills is critical to empowering young lawyers and helping them scale the corporate ladder.

Jean's extensive background in corporate law includes 15 years at Webber Wentzel in Johannesburg, where she was a partner from 2003 to 2019. Prior to her tenure at Webbers, she was a corporate and securities lawyer in Washington DC with Baker & McKenzie.

Jess is a former Senior Associate, also in the corporate law team at Webber Wentzel, and prior to that practiced at Bowmans. Jean graduated with BA LLB degrees from The University of Cape Town and an LLM from the American University in Washington, DC. She is admitted to practice in South Africa, New York and the District of Columbia. Jess graduated from the University of Cape Town with BA (Hons), LLB and LLM degrees and is admitted to practice in South Africa. As an equity partner at Webber Wentzel, Jean was included in the 2018 edition of the Best Lawyers in South Africa for mergers and acquisitions.

How much?

TBC

Certificate

A certificate of participation from UCT will be issued to those who attend the full five sessions. Please note that certificates can only be issued after the lockdown has ended.