Barbara Miller
Barbara Miller
(416) 865-4410
(416) 364-7813
333 Bay St, Suite 2400, Bay Adelaide Ctr, Box 20, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1981 (ON)
Barbara Miller’s broad practice is focused on communications, mergers and acquisitions, financing transactions, corporate governance, public private partnerships and infrastructure projects and general corporate/commercial matters. Barbara represents clients on international, cross border and domestic mergers & acquisitions, as well as in connection with restructuring and infrastructure transactions. Previously acting as Co-Chair of the firm’s Communications practice group, Barbara has advised clients on leading investments, acquisitions, disposition and financings of telecommunications and broadcasting entities in Canada. Barbara also provides general regulatory advice to industry members and advises US cable networks in their dealings with Canadian regulatory authorities. Involved in film financings, and domestic and international production and co-production agreements, Barbara assists clients with seeking tax credits and other government funding for Canadian television and film projects, as well as the CRTC’s unsolicited telecommunications and do-not-call list rules, and Canada’s anti-spam legislation. Barbara also advises in relation to matters pertaining to cybersecurity and actionable intelligence.
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