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Miller Canfield International Business Briefing: Expanded Criminal Liability for Corporations and Business Compliance Issues in Canada

July 11, 2007

U.S. employers with Canadian operations are affected by changes made to Canada’s criminal code. The law firm of Miller Canfield presents “Expanded Criminal Liability for Corporations and Business Compliance Issues in Canada” at an upcoming International Business Briefing on Wednesday, August 15, from 7:30-9:00 a.m. at the Automation Alley Headquarters (2675 Bellingham, Troy, Mich.). There is no cost to attend for Michigan and Ontario companies.

Health and safety, financial reporting and preventive compliance will be discussed by Miller Canfield attorneys Michael Gordner, from the Detroit office, and Loretta Stoyka, from the firm’s Windsor, Ontario office.

The event is co-sponsored by Miller Canfield and Automation Alley. Please make reservations with Sandy Bera at 248.267.3345 or

Mark your calendar for these upcoming International Business Briefings co-sponsored by Miller Canfield and Automation Alley: Financial Incentives for Businesses in Michigan and Ontario on September 12; Doing Business in Mexico on October 10; and Venture Capital on November 14.

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