Halifax partner Maurice Chiasson, QC, appointed member of the Insolvency Institute of Canada
This organization aims to promote excellence and thought leadership within the areas of commercial insolvency and restructuring policy and practice in Canada. The IIC acts as a forum for its members, senior and leading practitioners in the Canadian insolvency field, to work as a collective in activities of common interests, similar experiences and shared points of view.
Maurice joins this organization alongside those from the legal, accounting, academic and financial professions. Membership is by invitation only and is strictly limited.
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