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Miller Thomson adds associate counsel, two associates

Friday, May 05, 2017 @ 9:08 AM | By John Chunn


Damien Buntsma has joined Miller Thomson as associate counsel, while Stephanie De Caria and Laura Bambara are new associates with the firm.

Buntsma continues to lend his expertise in the labour and employment department in Toronto, advising public and private sector employers, unionized and non-unionized, in both federal and provincial jurisdictions.

In particular, he has acted on behalf of employers within the construction industry, industrial sector, large private and public corporate organizations, hospitals, nursing homes, social services organizations, health care industry clients, provincial regulatory agencies and various other not-for-profit organizations in relation to all areas of labour and employment law.

De Caria, also based in Toronto, has an active practice in insolvency and restructuring, insolvency litigation and commercial litigation. She has acted as counsel to creditors, debtors, and court-appointed receivers in various insolvency and commercial proceedings before the court. She has experience working with clients in a variety of industries, including securities, mining, manufacturing, retail and technology.

Bambara practises civil and commercial litigation and often appears before the courts of Quebec. While studying law, she also completed an internship with Justice Pierre Dallaire, a Superior Court of Quebec judge.