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We're pleased to announce that we're opening our newest office in Doha, Qatar. This location will provide a platform for clients, including U.S. defense contractors and mid-market companies in the defense, cybersecurity and aerospace industries, to engage in business in both Qatar and the United States.

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We are pleased to announce that Alex Jerome has joined Miller Canfield's Export Controls Practice. Alex joins the firm from Wayne State University, where he was the senior director of administration and finance for the Perinatology Research Branch (PRB) of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Development/National Institute of Health. 

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Miller Canfield attorney Richard Walawender has been appointed Honorary Consul of Poland in Detroit. The appointment marks the first time in nearly 70 years that Detroit has been home to a Polish consulate.

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Poland’s Ministry of Finance published a draft bill which would authorize the establishment and operation of Polish Real Estate Investment Trusts (Spółki Rynku Wynajmu Nieruchomości) in Poland. At this stage, the proposal has not been officially presented as a bill to the Parliament, so the bill proposal may still undergo significant changes before becoming effective, but the main points are outlined below. For more about the draft bill, click here.

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