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Stephen Rukavina joins the Vancouver office as an Associate in the Tax, and Corporate & Commercial groups.

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W. Thomas Molloy, O.C., Q.C. has joined the Saskatoon office as counsel.

Tom Molloy was called to the Saskatchewan bar in 1965.  Tom practices primarily in the areas of Aboriginal and Business law.  Over the four decades that Tom has been practicing law, he has been instrumental in numerous Aboriginal claims settlements across...

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Greg Hertzberger joins the Waterloo office as a Partner in Corporate Commercial group.

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Melissa Tummon has joined the firm as an Associate in the Corporate and Commercial department of the Waterloo office.

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James M. Klotz is appointed Vice-Chair of the International Anti-Corruption Committee of the ABA Section of International Law.

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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.

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

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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James Klotz’s co-authored article is listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for LSN: Canadian Law – Business (Topic), LSN: Canadian Law – International (Topic) and PSN: International Law: Rule-Making & Rule Interpretation; International Courts (Topic)

Co-authored article: Case Comment: All Quiet on the CISG Front – Guiliani v. Invar Manufacturing, the Battle of the Forms, and the Elusive Concept of Terminus Fixus Read the full article

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