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Marco Dolfi and David McNevin Join Miller Canfield

November 6, 2008

The law firm of Miller Canfield announces that Marco Dolfi and David M. McNevin have joined the Windsor office as principals.

Marco Dolfi practices exclusively in corporate law with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, secured lending transactions, and inbound investment into Canada.  He represents a wide variety of clients, including financial institutions, equipment financiers and entrepreneurs.  He also assists healthcare professionals with the incorporation of professional corporations and the purchase and sale of professional practices. 

Marco Dolfi has participated in and assisted with instructing the Bar Admission Course on behalf of the Law Society of Upper Canada for several years.  He has also been involved with various local charitable organizations including the Giovanni Caboto Club, Windsor Symphony Orchestra and the Great Lakers Dive Club.

A resident of the town of Tecumseh, he received his B.A. with honours from the University of Western Ontario, and received an LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School.

David M. McNevin has broad experience in all aspects of labour and employment law.  He represents clients in arbitrations, collective bargaining and negotiating collective agreements, hearings before the Ontario Labour Relations Board and under the Canada Labour Code.  He also provides advice and assistance primarily to employers on labour and employment matters.  In addition, David represents clients in such commercial litigation matters as shareholder disputes, commercial tenancy disputes, construction liens and a wide variety of commercial disputes before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Ontario Court of Appeal, Tax Court, Federal Court of Appeal, Competition Tribunal and other tribunals.

McNevin is a sessional instructor of Civil Procedure and Civil Trial Advocacy at the University of Windsor. He is the cofounder and co chair of Justice on Ice, to benefit the construction of a court house in Windsor’s Children’s Safety Village.

He is a member of the Essex County Law Association, Canadian Bar Association and Law Society of Upper Canada.

A resident of Windsor, McNevin earned his LL.B. from the University of Windsor and his B.A. from the University of Windsor, majoring in Political Science.