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Miller Thomson lawyers recognized by Who’s Who Legal Canada 2013

Miller Thomson is pleased to announce that 10 of its lawyers have been recognized in Who’s Who Legal Special Report Canada 2013 in six of the publication’s researched practice areas. The firm’s ranked lawyers with comments by reviewers are: Construction Scott J....

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Rosanne Rocchi named leading woman in business law by Expert Guides

Miller Thomson is pleased to announce that Rosanne Rocchi has been recognized in Expert Guides: Women in Business Law 2013 for her expertise in Trusts and Estates. Rosanne has extensive experience with all areas of wealth transfers and management including business...

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Miller Thomson lawyers showcase expertise at STEP Canada Conference

Miller Thomson lawyers are participating at the 15th National STEP Canada Conference, which focuses on the latest developments in trust and estate practice, tax, trust law, trust administration, insurance and financial planning.  Rachel Blumenfeld is the conference co-chair. The conference...

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Vancouver launch of Canadian Customs Law and Miller Thomson on Estate Planning

The Vancouver office hosted a joint book launch last month to celebrate two recent publications written by Miller Thomson lawyers.  The reception was a great success and follows a similar event held in Toronto in November. Canadian Customs Law Authored...

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Miller Thomson provides succession planning counsel for Imperial Group, a family business

Miller Thomson provides succession planning counsel for family-run businesses across the country to help them transition operations to one part of a family to another. Five years after the Imperial Group, Inc. funeral supply business transitioned operational control from his...

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Crystal Taylor and Yens Pederson quoted on succession planning in the Leader Post

Crystal Taylor of Miller Thomson’s Saskatoon office and Yens Pederson of the Regina office are quoted in the Leader Post article on the large number of business owners who are preparing to retire. Forty-five per cent of family businesses in...

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Miller Thomson’s legacy planning expertise profiled in BC Business Magazine.

Sandra Enticknap, Partner in the Private Client Services group, comments on the firm’s expertise in estate and charitable gift planning. “While we’re a large national firm, we’ve made estate planning and charitable giving an important part of our practice,” says...

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Miller Thomson key presence at the 14th annual STEP Conference.

Miller Thomson lawyers were well represented at the STEP Canada 14th National Conference, held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on June 11 and June 12, 2012. Rachel Blumenfeld was the co-chair of the conference that focused on the latest...

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Crystal Taylor joins the Saskatoon office as a Partner.

Crystal was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1999.  She has over 13 years experience advising corporations (including professional corporations), partnerships and individuals on tax efficient ownership structures.  She has in-depth experience with tax efficient retirement and estate planning, including...

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The Regina office is pleased to announce that Mr. Greg Murphy has joined the firm as a partner.

Greg was admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1982.  His primary areas of practice are commercial law, personal estate planning, tax planning, health law and litigation.

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Top Ranked Practice

Miller Thomson is recognized as a top-ranking Band 1 firm for Private Wealth Law – Canada in the Chambers High Net Worth Guide (2022).

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Miller Thomson on Estate Planning

This publication, published by Thomson Reuters, offers insight into estate planning, trusts, estate administration, insurance planning, charitable planning, business succession and corporate restructuring and the legal implications of cross-border issues.

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