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Jennifer Bishop, together with other members of the Smiling Land Foundation, raise $250,000 for Ronald McDonald House Newfoundland and Labrador.

February 2011 | Toronto

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Rupert Baudais wins first-time decision in Supreme Court of Canada that establishes that a superior court can make an order for interim costs for a case being heard before another court when necessary in the interests of justice.

February 2011

The recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in R. v. Caron, 2011 SCC 5 is an important victory which will have repercussions on the financing of public interest cases in Canada.  The case was argued by Rupert Baudais of the...

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Dalton Albrecht speaks to survey findings of how Canadian business executives welcome greater trade access to European Union and China on Calgary’s AM 770.

February 2011 | Toronto

Date: February 10, 2011Time:  11:10-11:30 a.m. MSTStation: CHQR-AM [AM 770] in Calgary, ABListen on the web: http://www.am770chqr.com/ Discussion on Miller Thomson’s free trade survey – national and regional results (listed below), free trade with the EU and China, trade with the...

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Miller Thomson Pouliot is proud to welcome E. Paul Legault in its Corporate Commercial Law group in Montréal. Mr. Legault has an expertise in International Law, Corporate Law and Competition Law.

February 2011 | Montréal

 

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Congratulations to Frank Mariage who was appointed Vice President, Strategic Planning of the Québec Mineral Exploration Association (AEMQ) by its Managing Committee.

February 2011 | Montréal

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James Klotz joins the faculty of the TRACE Anti-Bribery Specialist Accreditation Program.

February 2011 | Toronto

The TRACE Anti-bribery Specialist Accreditation offers a professional accreditation for anti-bribery compliance specialists. TRACE is an internationally recognized anti-bribery standard-setting organization. View press release

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Miller Thomson survey finds Canadian business executives welcome greater access to European Union and China

February 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  CANADIAN BUSINESS LEADERS CONFIDENT ABOUT FREE TRADE TORONTO, February 3, 2011 – More than 90 per cent of Canadian business executives believe Canada has benefited from existing free trade agreements according to a survey of senior executives...

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James Klotz has been elected Chair of the Bar Issues Commission of the International Bar Association.

January 2011

During his two-year appointment, Mr. Klotz will work with fellow Officers to execute the mandate of the Bar Issues Commission, defined as: 1. Developing and organising activities and events which increase the opportunity for Member Organisation representatives to meet with and...

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Miller Thomson is proud to announce Gerald Courage’s re-election to Chair of the Firm

January 2011

Extended three-year term an endorsement of firm’s strategic market direction TORONTO, ON, January 26, 2011 – The partners of Miller Thomson LLP have acclaimed Gerald Courage as Chair of the national law firm for a second, three-year term. The extended...

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Dans le cadre de la Commission Bastarache, le rapport produit en ce jour indique que les allégations d’irrégularité rendues à l’égard des clients de Me André Dugas et du Parti libéral

January 2011 | Montréal

ont été rejetées.

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