James Mangan is a knowledge management lawyer at Miller Thomson. He works in a range of practice areas to develop, maintain, and disseminate the firm’s knowledge and business intelligence resources.
James also supports the development and implementation of the firm’s Legal Project Management initiative and other firm initiatives, including with respect to publications, training, and client development.
- Co-author, “Fiduciary Obligations and Corporate Governance Considerations: A Review of Recent Cases,” Osgoode Professional Development, December, 2012.
- Co-author, “Recent Developments in Secondary Market Securities Class Actions: Implications of the Leave Test and Beyond,” Osgoode Professional Development, April, 2012.
- Co-author, “Certification Granted in Foreign Exchange Fee Class Action,” National Banking Law Review, Vol. 31 No. 2, April, 2012.
- Author, “The Need for Cross-Border Clarity: Recognizing American Class Action Judgments in Canada,” Advocates’ Quarterly, Vol. 35 No. 3, April, 2009.
- Author, “What is ‘Deepening Insolvency’ and Should It Come To Canada?” The Insolvency Institute of Canada, Fall 2007.
- Law Society of Ontario
- Advocates’ Society
- Toronto Lawyers Association
- Canadian Bar Association
- Ontario Bar Association
Bar admissions & education
- Law Society of Ontario, 2009
- LL.B., University of Western Ontario, 2008
- H.B.A. (with distinction), University of Western Ontario, Richard Ivey School of Business, 2005