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Company Overview of McMillan LLP
McMillan LLP offers legal advisory services. Its practice areas include mergers and acquisitions; financial services; corporate restructuring and insolvency; tax; litigation and dispute resolution; competition and antitrust; real estate; intellectual property; and public policy. The firm caters to mining, media and entertainment, automotive, energy, healthcare, and transportation sectors. It serves domestic and international enterprises, financial institutions, governments, and private individuals. The firm was formerly known as McMillan Binch Mendelsohn LLP and changed its name to McMillan LLP in May, 2008. McMillan LLP was founded in 1903 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.
181 Bay Street
Toronto, ON M5J 2T3
Founded in 1903
Key Executives for McMillan LLP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
McMillan LLP Key Developments
McMillan LLP and IBM Collaborate to Develop Analytic Insights of SPSS and IBM Cloud
Aug 4 16
McMillan LLP and IBM announced plans to collaborate on the development of a new software platform designed to give clients of the better insight into its legal services. The platform promises to deliver improved cost-effectiveness, promote pricing certainty, and optimize workflows and staffing by standardizing metrics for a range of McMillan's legal services. Powered by IBM's comprehensive predictive analytics system, SPSS, and running on IBM Cloud the platform offers advanced algorithms and techniques that aggregate, analyze and interpret McMillan's internal data to strengthen the decision making process. As a result, the platform will assist the firm in discovering new legal patterns and trends and help its lawyers build more accurate pricing models. In addition it will improve McMillan's ability to forecast metrics for a range of its legal services, from purchasing and selling a business to managing litigation to financing transactions, and more. McMillan intends to improve the accuracy of its price estimates, enhance cost certainty for clients and deliver more successful alternative fee arrangements. With speed, power, and flexibility, McMillan will be able to deliver a high degree of customization, transparency, predictability, and automation to their clients.
McMillan LLP Announces Executive Changes
Jan 5 16
McMillan LLP announced a new management model and a new leadership team. The new management model reflects the priority the firm places on collaboration as a key driver of the service quality and value it provides business clients across many industries and disciplines. McMillan has moved from a CEO/COO model to an Executive Committee model that is designed to ensure that the firm derives maximum benefit from the diverse views, skills and expertise that each of the four members of the new Executive Committee brings to the table. The Committee members are Teresa Dufort, David Dunlop, Tim Murphy and Stephen Wortley with Ms. Dufort assuming the role of Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Dufort, a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School, has been with McMillan since 1985. A litigation lawyer, she is Co-Leader of the firm's Product Liability Defence and Regulatory Group. The remaining Executive Committee members, David Dunlop, Tim Murphy and Stephen Wortley, are all highly valued partners in the firm's business law practice with a variety and depth of firm and practice area management experience. All four Executive Committee members will continue in active practice. After ten years as the firm's CEO, leading restructuring and insolvency partner, Andrew Kent, will return to fulltime practice. Ms. Dufort is one of a modest number of women to lead major Canadian law firms. Her appointment is a reflection of the firm's ongoing commitment to a work environment where women, as well as diverse groups, have the opportunity to achieve at the higher levels.
OTC Markets Group Inc. Approves McMillan as DAD and PAL Advisor
Jul 23 15
OTC Markets Group Inc. announced it has approved McMillan LLP, as a Designated Advisor for Disclosure (DAD) and Principal American Liaison (PAL). As a DAD and PAL, McMillan can act as the designated advisor for U.S. and international companies trading on the OTCQX Best Market in the U.S. and provide professional guidance on OTCQX requirements, U.S. securities laws and effective investor communications practices. DAD and PAL eligibility is limited to reputable and qualified securities attorneys or FINRA-member investment banking firms. Companies are required to appoint a DAD or PAL to qualify for trading on OTCQX. As an approved PAL, the firm can also provide a Letter of Introduction for international exchange-listed companies seeking to trade on the OTCQB Venture Market in the U.S.
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