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440 2nd Ave. S.W., Ste. 1000, Calgary, AB T2P 5E9
1, Place Ville-Marie, bur 2400, Montréal, QC H3B 3M9
Donahue LLP is one of Canada's most innovative business law firms. Practice areas include corporate/commercial, securities, mergers and acquisitions, structured finance, commercial real estate, banking and financial services, energy/oil and gas, international trade/regulatory, electronic commerce/IT, intellectual property, business immigration, employment and labour, and wealth management (including trust and estate planning).
As an allied firm of Ernst & Young LLP, Donahue LLP in conjunction with Ernst & Young Canada offers a unique capability -- integrating the legal services of a traditional law firm and the business/financial services and capabilities of one of Canada's largest professional services firms. Our combined international networks connect you to 660 Ernst & Young offices in 130 countries as well as 2,000 lawyers worldwide.
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