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Phebe Chan is quoted in The Vancouver Sun about a new federal government plan to reduce the number of foreign parents and grandparents allowed into Canada on family reunification visas.

February 2011 | Vancouver

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Richard Barbacki’s article on « Transfer of charitable donation tax credits » is published on the Lexology website.

February 2011 | Montréal

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Dwayne Kuiper has been recognized as one of Waterloo Region’s “40 Under 40” by The Record. The Awards honour 40 inspiring leaders under the age of 40.

February 2011 | Kitchener-Waterloo

MILLER THOMSON PARTNER RECOGNIZED AS YOUNG LEADER February 23, 2011 (WATERLOO) – Miller Thomson LLP is proud to announce that Dwayne Kuiper, Partner in the Corporate Commercial practice group of Miller Thomson’s Kitchener-Waterloo office, has been recognized as one of...

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Miller Thomson Pouliot is proud to welcome Mr. Julien Morier in its Litigation group in Montréal.

February 2011 | Montréal

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James Klotz is quoted in the Globe & Mail about new anti-corruption rules being developed by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

February 2011 | Toronto

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Tony Crossman is a member of the organising and judging committee for the inaugural national environmental law moot competition, hosted at Osgoode Hall Law School.

February 2011 | Vancouver

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Susan Manwaring and Anthony de Fazekas are invited to participate as Discussion Hosts in the Canadian Citizenship Ceremony being held February 18, 2011 at the MaRs Centre at University of Toronto.

February 2011 | Toronto

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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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