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Miller Thomson hires two partners, five associates for Toronto office

Friday, March 01, 2019 @ 11:58 AM | By John Chunn


Miller Thomson LLP announced that partners Louis Amato-Gauci and James Zibarras and associates Rachel Migicovsky, Christine Morano, Jaclyne Reive, Jaspal Sanga and Sasha Segal have joined the firm’s Toronto office.

According to Miller Thomson’s press release, Amato-Gauci’s practice focuses on mergers, acquisitions and corporate governance matters, and he is a recognized leader in the field of transportation law.

Zibarras is a trial and appellate lawyer. He has practised across Canada and in the U.S., and has extensive experience representing clients on a wide range of civil litigation matters. For the past 14 years, he has taught trial and advocacy skills to hundreds of law students at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. In 2012, Zibarras was appointed as a deputy judge of the Ontario Superior Court, where he presides on a part-time basis.

Migicovsky’s practice is focused on estate and trust litigation and related proceedings.

Morano practises health law and advises public and private health industry clients on a broad range of matters. Prior to joining Miller Thomson, she was a staff lawyer at the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly, where she represented clients in long-term care homes and hospitals.

Reive works in the areas of corporate and commercial law and also on transportation regulatory matters.

Sanga is building a broad litigation practice that encompasses insurance litigation and commercial litigation. Within his insurance litigation practice, Sanga has a focus on professional negligence and commercial general liability.

Segal acts exclusively for employers in both the provincial and federal sectors. Her practice encompasses both unionized workplaces and non-unionized workplaces.