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AutoJournal mentions four Fasken lawyers in an article regarding legal matters addressed at Fasken’s Automotive Summit in Toronto

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“Toronto Summit Addresses Key Legal Matters” by Jack Kazmierski, AutoJournal.

AutoJournal mentions three Toronto Fasken lawyers and one Montréal Fasken lawyer in an article regarding legal matters addressed at Fasken’s Automotive Summit in Toronto directed to inform stakeholders from the automotive sector.

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