Published articles and Media mentions

With a professional commitment to sharing insights and advancing an understanding of legal developments and trends, Miller Thomson’s lawyers are regular contributors to legal and business publications in Canada and internationally.


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Immigration Option for Entrepreneurs: Federal Start-up Visa Program

November 20, 2019 | Toronto

FCBB (Federation of Canadian Brazilian Businesses) blog

Co-authored with Eliane Leal da Silva, Miller Thomson Business Advisor Canada has a lively startup ecosystem that has achieved worldwide recognition. Home-based successes are now stimulating a forthcoming generation of entrepreneurs, and the Canadian Government offers a variety of programs to...


Roberto Noce comments on dramatic rise of condo insurance premiums in Global News article

November 20, 2019 | Edmonton

Global News, "Insurance premiums jump as much as 700% at some Alberta condo buildings"

Insurance premiums at some Alberta condominiums have gone up dramatically in the last year, prompting concern from condo owners who have to pick up the tab on the bills. Read the article: Insurance premiums jump as much as 700% at...


Ontario changes immigration laws to tackle truck driver shortage

November 19, 2019 | Toronto

The Lawyer's Daily

Earlier this year, the Ontario government introduced changes to the Ontario Immigration Act, 2015 that included a new immigration stream for transport truck drivers. Under this new stream, individuals intending to live in Ontario and work as transport truck drivers may now qualify...


Jonathan Martin and Antonio Iacovelli quoted in Daily Commercial News article on Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)

November 14, 2019 | Regina, Montréal

Daily Commercial News, "Contractors need to adapt in order to win Passive House contracts"

Jonathan Martin and Antonio Iacovelli are quoted in an article on Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). “IPD is a project delivery approach based on the integration of people, systems, business models and industry practices into a process that manages talent and...


Mike McCluskey quoted in GuelphToday

November 8, 2019 | Guelph

GuelphToday, Habitat returns to signature fundraiser

Mike McCluskey comments in an article on Miller Thomson’s continued support of the Ultimate Habitat House Party in support of Habitat for Humanity. “Miller Thomson LLP is proud to support such an amazing organization and thrilled to have been involved...


Mary Childs quoted in Business in Vancouver article on access to justice

November 7, 2019 | Vancouver

Business in Vancouver, "Small businesses caught in legal missing middle"

Social Impact lawyer Mary Childs comments in an article on access to justice for small businesses. She also recently took part in a panel on “Bridging the Access to Justice Gap: How Business Lawyers Can Contribute”, hosted by the University...


Cybersecurity Risks in Medical Devices – Health Canada Adopts Guidance Document

November 6, 2019 | Saskatoon

Canadian Privacy Law Review (posted with permission from LexisNexis)

Cybersecurity and data breaches are topics of high concern for Canadians. As discussed in previous blog articles, data breaches in Canada, North America and Europe have illustrated how financially motivated hackers and human error can put personal data at risk,...


Philipp Park, new Managing Partner of Miller Thomson’s Montréal office, interviewed by

October 21, 2019

Droit-Inc., "Un nouveau boss pour Miller Thomson à Montréal"

In this interview, Philipp Park discusses the context of his appointment following the sudden death of his predecessor, Pierre Paquet, the value of human capital and the firm’s corporate culture. To read the interview (in French only), click here.


Lonnie Brodkin-Schneider quoted in International Trademark Association Bulletin

October 15, 2019

INTABulletin, "Young Practitioners Committee Update: Young Practitioners Consider Canada’s Revamped Trademark Regime."

The article summarizes a panel moderated by Lonnie Brodkin-Schneider on the recent enactment of the new Canadian Trademarks Act. Panelists acknowledged that agents and examiners alike are working out the kinks in the new regime, with moderator Lonnie Brodkin-Schneider (Miller...


Inna Koldorf quoted in Benefits Canada article

October 10, 2019 | Vaughan

Benefits Canada

Be that as it may, the uncertainties remain. “. . .  the Court did not specify what ‘other improper conduct’ may be, leaving employers to guess, be over-inclusive or take a risk when drafting releases,” writes Inna Koldorf, a labour...


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