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October 2020

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www.canadianlawyermag.com 31 Do you have the knowledge and skills to navigate the complexities of cannabis law and regulation? Learn more and register at: osgoodepd.ca/cannabis-cert In this fi ve-day, intensive certifi cate you will: • Examine cannabis law in Canada, including the impact of legalization and international drug treaties. • Assess the global context: an overview of international law and norms. • Discuss key operational issues/challenges facing the cannabis industry. • Learn about the classes of cannabis under Schedule 4 of the Cannabis Act – including edibles, extracts and topicals...and much more. Cannabis Law and Regulation Starts January 13, 2021 Online - Live & interactive THE OSGOODE CERTIFICATE IN hit by the pandemic," Choi says. She also says the fixed-price program can also work as a great marketing tool. "We're hoping people will remember us when they get through all this and are looking for a law firm." Aside from MT Access, Choi says the main business of Miller Titerle has been chugging along well during the pandemic. The firm's practice covers a full range of business legal services, including M&A, corporate commer- cial law, employment law, resource and project development, financial services, liti- gation and Indigenous law. Key clients have included institutional clients such as Paper Excellence, Royal Gold and KSL Capital Partners and "mission- driven" small and medium-sized businesses such as Habanero, InforifAI and ChopValue. The firm's Indigenous practice includes First Nations clients such as Squamish, Tsleil- Waututh, Osoyoos and Sto:lo. Choi says the team at the core firm, with a staff that includes 25 lawyers, switched over "quite seamlessly" into working from home during the pandemic. The firm also commu- nicated to clients about what was happening and how, while the hope was that invoices would be paid. The firm was there to help if necessary. While a lot of the firm's M&A work did get postponed earlier in the pandemic, business has picked up to the point where "all the deal closings we've had recently has been making us super busy."

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