McCarthy Tétrault Partner Stéphane Duval named President of CBA’s National Immigration Law Section
Montréal, September 17, 2015 — McCarthy Tétrault is very pleased to announce that Stéphane Duval, partner in the firm’s Labour and Employment Law Group and leader of the Immigration Law Practice, was recently named chair of the National Immigration Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association (CBA).
Under Mr. Duval’s leadership, the National Immigration Law Section will pursue its mandate to maintain a dialogue with Ministers and senior officials of Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Employment and Social Development Canada, the Canada Border Services Agency, the Immigration and Refugee Board, and other stakeholders. As part of his mandate, he will review existing legislation and proposed legislative changes; ensure that abuses in the enforcement and administration of immigration law are made public; conduct continuing legal education seminars.
Recognized as a leader in immigration law in Canada, Mr. Duval has developed an expertise specifically relating to the international mobility of workers and business people. He provides individuals, Canadian companies and multinational corporations with a wide range of legal advice regarding strategic international mobility issues. These often relate to corporate restructurings, mergers and acquisitions, or labour shortages. Mr. Duval appears in the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory and in The Best Lawyers in Canada. He is a seasoned lecturer and moderator on immigration law in Canada and abroad.
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