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    12 janvier 2018 Stikeman Elliott’s Montréal Office Welcomes Three New Partners!

    On January 1st, Maxime Jacquin, Éric Lévesque and Aniko Pelland joined the partnership. Their expertise and strong leadership have been recognized by their peers and clients alike. Having been with Stikeman Elliott ever since they were students, they embody the firm’s core values. All three are also involved in the firm’s mentorship program and are […]

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  2. 4 janvier 2018 Under Tightly Controlled Conditions, U.S. Airports Could Use Drones to Reap Unexpected Benefits, LeClairRyan Aviation Attorney Advises

    They could hunt for dangerous debris, ramp up security, inspect fuselages or even scare off plane-endangering wildlife, Mark A. Dombroff writes in new column; however, drones should fly in airport airspace only under rigidly controlled, FAA-supervised ‘lockdown’ conditions, he notes. In a new column for industry publication Airport Business, veteran LeClairRyan aviation attorney Mark A. […]

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    Agreement Secures Nearly $500,000 For New York Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Will End Promotion Of Unauthorized Uses For Prescription Drugs Micardis, Aggrenox, Atrovent, and Combivent Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced a $13.5 million agreement with Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (BIPI), resolving alleged deceptive and misleading marketing regarding drug usage beyond what is indicated on the […]

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    14 décembre 2017 Translation of Response by Joan Clark, O.C., Q.C., Ad.E. to Honour accorded to her by the Law Graduates Association (ADDUM) of the University of Montreal, November 29, 2017

    Madam Chief Justice of the Court of Appeal Mr. Chief Justice of the Superior Court Mr. President of the Chamber of Notaries Mr. Dean of the Faculty of Law Dear colleagues, dear friends I wish to express how much I am touched by your honouring me this evening, whether merited or not. To receive this […]

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  5. 6 décembre 2017 Blocked: Qatar bid for VP of UN human rights council stymied by Arab rivals

    Qatar ambassador Ali Al Mansouri, seeking to become VP of the UNHRC, with Mr. Michael Møller, Director-general of the United Nations Office at Geneva. Monitoring group UN Watch has learned that Qatar submitted a bid to become vice-president of the UN Human Rights Council, but its Gulf Arab rivals are blocking the nomination, forcing Asian states […]

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  6. 13 novembre 2017 Above: Hassan Idriss Ahmed Salih at the UN, April 2017.

    U.N. chief António Guterres should remove a U.N. official who was detained by police and handcuffed after he groped a woman in a Manhattan bar early Sunday. Sudanese diplomat Hassan Salih, who in May was elected vice-chair of the U.N. committee that oversees the work of 4,500 human rights NGOs, grabbed the 23-year-old victim’s buttocks and breast while dancing at […]

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    11 novembre 2017 Lord Reading Law Society’s October 25th, 2017, Abella-Breyer Gala Dinner

    From left to right in the photo: Me Larry Markowitz, LRLS Immediate Past-President Me David Ettedgui, LRLS President Justice Stephen Breyer , United States Supreme Court Me Ian M.Solloway, Dinner Chair Justice Rosalie Abella, Supreme Court of Canada The Honourable Irwin Cutler, former Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of Canada    

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    3 novembre 2017 Please join us in congratulating law student Claudia Di Iorio, who won the Young Quebecers Leading the Way Award! 👏👏👏

    Please join us in congratulating law student Claudia Di Iorio, who won the Young Quebecers Leading the Way Award! 👏👏👏 « Claudia is a brilliant, resilient and courageous young woman who overcame adversity to become a highly visible and influential proponent for safe driving. Beginning in 2010, during the summer of her 16th birthday, she battled […]

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    24 octobre 2017 Interview with Manuel Shacter, BCL’47

    An “unsung hero of Canadian Law” is how then Dean of Law Nicholas Kasirer described Manuel “Manny” Shacter, Ad. E., BCL’47, on the occasion of a special ceremony organized in 2008 to celebrate his career. This year marks another milestone for Manny, as he celebrates his 70th Class Anniversary. We met with him to discuss […]

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  10. 13 octobre 2017 New Podcast, « Legally Insane » Dives Into Crazy Legal History

     — Available THIS WEEK on iTunes — the new weekly podcast from Cascade Media — Legally Insane. Legally Insane is a deep and comedic dive into some of the craziest and darkest parts of the legal history of this great country. It’s like Mad Libs for legal history! The podcast will cover a wide range of topics such as Divorce Law, […]

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