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Book Launch Event | Public-Private Partnerships in Canada: Law, Policy and Value for Money

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June 19, 2019
5:30 pm – 8:30 pm EST
Toronto

Please join us for canapés and cocktails for the official launch of Tim Murphy’s latest publication Public-Private Partnerships in Canada: Law, Policy and Value for Money, which offers valuable insight into all aspects of P3s in Canada, including financing, risk allocation and dispute resolution. The reception will draw a network of readers from legal professionals, public servants, entrepreneurs and investors seeking to understand why and how Canadian P3s work.

Tim Murphy will discuss his journey and key moments throughout the writing process. The event will feature special guest Hon. Monte McNaughton, Ontario Minister of Infrastructure.

Agenda

5:30 pm | Cocktail reception
6:30 pm | Remarks by Hon. Monte McNaughton, Ontario Minister of Infrastructure and Tim Murphy, McMillan LLP
6:50 pm |Textbook giveaways and networking

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