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Démontrant leur engagement professionnel à partager leurs réflexions pour que chacun puisse mieux comprendre les développements et tendances du droit, les avocats de Miller Thomson publient régulièrement des articles dans des publications juridiques et commerciales au Canada et ailleurs dans le monde.

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Straight Talk: Recent Trends in Canadian M&A (Issue 2, 2021)

17 juin 2021

Canadian M&A accelerated through the first quarter of 2021, supported by growth in cross-border and domestic dealmaking. In this issue, in addition to our quarterly M&A review, we launch our Sector Spotlight with a focus on trends, challenges and deal...

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Jonathan Tong quoted in Financial Post article on international purchases of Canadian makers of video games

15 juin 2021 | Toronto

Financial Post, "China is getting the Liberals into video games"

“The government wants to keep the IP and the key personnel here in Canada,” said Jonathan Tong, a partner and capital markets lawyer at Miller Thomson LLP. “We don’t want a situation where everyone is leaving for Silicon Valley.”… If...

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Stocked up: How startups and emerging companies can effectively utilize options to attract and retain talent

10 juin 2021

One of the most valuable assets for any company is its employees, key service providers and advisors. This is particularly true for startups and emerging companies. A talented and dedicated team is essential to a company’s growth and scaling its...

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Jennifer Bishop quoted in The Globe and Mail article on Tennis Canada’s initative to address the gender gap

31 mai 2021 | Toronto

The Globe and Mail, "Tennis Canada aiming to serve an ace against the sport’s gender gap"

“This is truly the biggest initiative of this kind that we have ever taken on,” Jennifer Bishop, chair of the board of Tennis Canada, said in an interview with The Globe and Mail last week. As part of the launch,...

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Susan Manwaring contributes the Canadian Association of Gift Planners’ guidelines on charitable donations on life insurance

21 mai 2021 | Toronto

Canadian Association of Gift Planners

Susan Manwaring contributed to the guidelines on charitable donations on life insurance released by the Canadian Association of Gift Planners (CAGP).  As noted by the CAGP: Following concerns expressed in recent years by some insurance industry regulators regarding the use...

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Susan Manwaring and Katrina Kairys contribute to Muttart Intersections and Innovations publication

14 mai 2021 | Toronto

Muttart Intersections and Innovations

Susan Manwaring and Katrina Kairys authored a chapter on « Regulating Business Activity » for the Muttart Intersections and Innovations publication. As noted by The Muttart Foundation: For far too long, Canada has lacked a comprehensive resource examining Canada’s charitable sector. That...

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Dealing With Canada – Challenges And Opportunities For Global Wealth And Tax Planners

12 mai 2021 | Toronto

IFC Media

Over the last decade, Canadian tax and private client practitioners have faced an ever-increasing amount of international and cross-border inquiries. Canada’s rapidly changing demographics are partially responsible for this trend. The country’s largest city, Toronto, and the region surrounding it,...

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Bill 245 receives Royal Assent, bringing reform to Ontario estate law

12 mai 2021 | Toronto

OBA Trusts and Estates Law Section

Bill 245, Accelerating Access to Justice Act, 2021 (“Bill 245”) received Royal Assent on April 19, 2021, bringing significant reform to Ontario estate law. Vitual Witnessing of Wills and Powers of Attorney In response to the outbreak of COVID-19, the...

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Lisa Goodfellow quoted in SHRM article on a policy to give workers the legal right to disconnect from work

5 mai 2021 | Toronto

SHRM, "Canada Considers Granting Right to Disconnect"

« Employers that do not operate on a traditional 9-to-5 schedule have raised valid questions about how the right to disconnect would apply to them in practice, » said Lisa Goodfellow, an attorney with Miller Thomson in Toronto. « An important consideration among...

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Public engagement for infrastructure projects

26 avril 2021 | Vancouver

Canadian Consulting Engineer

Public engagement can serve a fundamental role in the democratic process. It usually involves a level of government deliberately involving the public in a decision-making process. The level of engagement can range from requesting input to granting decision-making authority. In...

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