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Miller Canfield International Business Briefing: Non-U.S. Citizen Legal Issues

February 15, 2007

The law firm of Miller Canfield discusses “Non-U.S. Citizen Legal Issues” at an upcoming International Business Briefing on Wednesday, March 7, from 7:30-9:00 a.m. at the Automation Alley International Business Center (2675 Bellingham, Troy, Mich.). There is no cost to attend.

Miller Canfield attorneys Ken Konop and Brian Jenney will share valuable information and answer questions on the special legal issues that non-U.S. citizens face regarding taxes and estate planning, including establishing wills, trusts, and powers of attorney.

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 Miller Canfield International Business Briefings: Demystifying the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on April 26; International Arbitration on May 22; and U.S. Customs Update on June 5.

About Miller Canfield

The 350-attorney law firm of Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, P.L.C. was established in Detroit in 1852 and has offices in Ann Arbor, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Howell, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Monroe, Saginaw, and Troy, Michigan. Other offices are located in New York City, Naples and Pensacola, Florida, Windsor, Ontario, and in Gdynia, Warsaw, and Wroclaw, Poland. Visit

About Automation Alley

Automation Alley drives the growth and image of Southeast Michigan's technology economy through a collaborative culture that focuses on workforce and business development initiatives.

More than 600 businesses, educational institutions and government entities belong to Automation Alley, covering an eight county area and the City of Detroit. Automation Alley promotes regional prosperity through the Automation Alley International Business Center, which provides business attraction services and exporting assistance; the Automation Alley Technology Center, which brings together businesses, educators and government to help entrepreneurs accelerate technology commercialization; and the GLIMA Network, a state-wide association for individuals engaged with and involved in technology-oriented industries. Visit