Carl A. De Vuono
Carl A. De Vuono
Partner at McMillan LLP
(416) 307-4055
(416) 865-7048
181 Bay St, Suite 4400, Brookfield Pl, Bay Wellington Twr, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1987 (ON)
Carl De Vuono is a partner and respected member of the firm's Business Law Group. Carl’s practice is concentrated in the areas of mergers & acquisitions, corporate reorganizations, strategic alliances, and joint ventures in both public and private businesses. Carl's representation is wide ranging, encompassing various industries including the telecom and communications, pharmaceutical and electricity and renewable energy sectors. In his practice, Carl has been involved in numerous purchase, sale, joint venture and other transactions involving public and privately held businesses in these sectors, cable television and wireless telecommunications systems, radio and television operations, print publications, and Internet businesses. Carl has also served in many administrative positions in the firm, including as the firm's national partner of finance and as a member of the firm's board of directors.
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