On December 1, 2006, International Uranium Corporation (IUC), headquartered in Vancouver, completed a merger with Denison Mines Inc. of Toronto by plan of arrangement. With this merger, Denison became a whollyowned subsidiary of IUC and IUC was renamed Denison Mines Corp. The merger creates a new intermediate uranium producer. Denison shareholders received 2.88 IUC common shares for each share of Denison. IUC shares have become common shares of the new Denison Mines Corp.
IUC was represented in Canada by Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP with a team led by John Craig (mining and securities) that included Cathy Mercer and Peter McCague (securities), Chris Norton (tax), Chris Hersh (competition) and Robert Cohen (advocacy) and in the US by Shearman & Sterling LLP with a team that included Adam Givertz (corporate), Thomas Wilner, Cynthia Abelow and Douglas Miller (international trade and government relations) and Larry Crouch (tax).
Denison was represented by in-house counsel Sheila Colman, by Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP in Canada with a team that included Pat Finnerty, Dan McLeod, Bob Wooder, Chris Brett, Ainsley Rice, Michael Johnson, Michael Adams, Philippe Décary and John Bursic (corporate and securities), Ron Mar (tax), Brad Berg and Anne Glover (advocacy) and Jason Gudofsky (competition) and by Dorsey & Whitney LLP in the US with a team that included Chris Barry, John Hollinrake, Bill Prince and Jason Brenkert.