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27 minutes ago, corporatesellout said:

Ça commence à devenir indiscret quand c'est la deuxième fois que vous me le demandez.


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1. BCF

A appelé le 08/02

2. Bélanger Sauvé


3. Blake Cassels & Graydon


4. Borden Ladner Gervais


5. Clyde & Co 

 A appelé le 07/02 et 08/02

6. Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg

A appelé le 07/02 et 08/02

7. De Grandpré Chait


8. Dentons Canada


9. DLA Piper


10. Fasken

A appelé le 08/02

11. Goldwater Dubé


12. Gowling WLG

A envoyé des emails de convocation le 08/02

13. Langlois Avocats

A appelé le 11/02

14. Lapointe Rosenstein


15. Lavery


16. McCarthy Tétrault


17. McMillan 


18. Miller Thomson

A appelé le 11/02, refus par courriel 11/02

19. Monette Barakett 


20. Morency


21. Norton Rose Fulbright 

A appelé le 11/02

22. Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt

A appelé le 11/02

23. Robinson Sheppard Shapiro

A appelé le 08/02

24. Smart & Biggar 



25. Spiegel Sohmer

A appelé le 08/02

26. Stikeman Elliott


27. Woods


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