What’s Happening at Miller Thomson

May 14, 2014

Speaking Engagements

Greg P. Shannon, QC of our Calgary office, will present at STEP Canada National Conference on June 17, 2014, along with R. Darren Baxter, QC, TEP, of McInnes Cooper Halifax, NS on “Trusts – The 21 Year Deemed Disposition Rule: A Tricky and Costly Anniversary”

William J. Fowlis, QC, FCA, TEP of our Calgary office, will be presenting as part of a panel presentation on “Post Mortem Planning for Privately Held Corporations” at the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (Canada) National Conference on June 16, 2014.

Wendi Crowe, William Fowlis, Lesley Akst and Brendon Ho of our Alberta offices are presenting “Recent Tax Developments 2014” on June 3, 2014 at The Sutton Place Hotel in Edmonton.

Crystal L. Taylor and Bryant D. Frydberg will be co-presenting at the Prairie Province Tax Conference being held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on May 26 and May 27, 2014 on the topic of “Structural Challenges for Selling a Business”.

William J. Fowlis, QC, FCA, TEP of our Calgary office, will be participating in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta/Canada Revenue Agency Roundtable meeting on May 22, 2014.

Martin J. Rochwerg and Rahul Sharma of our Toronto office are co-presenting on “Cross-Border Personal Tax Planning” for a Federated Press Conference on Cross-Border Taxation on May 14-15, 2014 in Toronto.

Greg P. Shannon, QC of our Calgary office will be presenting to the Kelowna Estate Planning Council on May 13, 2014, along with Terry F. Ritchie, Director of Cardinal Point Wealth Management, a seminar entitled: “The Most Common Cross-Border Financial Planning Mistakes and What Advisors Need to Know”.


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