Wayne Myles, QC, Elected to Board of Insolvency Institute of Canada

March 6, 2017

Cox & Palmer is proud to share that our counsel, Wayne Myles, QC, was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Insolvency Institute of Canada (IIC). This directorship is a testament to Wayne’s experience and leadership in the Canadian insolvency and restructuring community.

The IIC is Canada’s premiere private sector insolvency organization, dedicated to promoting excellence and thought leadership in commercial insolvency and restructuring policy and practice in Canada. Membership in the IIC is by invitation and is restricted to a limited number of lawyers, trustees, financial institutions, academics and other insolvency and restructuring specialists who are considered leaders in the field.

We are proud to congratulate Wayne on this significant achievement.

Named in honour of the late Frank Leger, counsel in the Saint John office of Cox & Palmer, this award is the highest honour granted by the New Brunswick Law Society.  The award recognizes outstanding service and dedication to the law society, contributions to the governance of the legal profession, and excellence in the practice of law.  

 

Deirdre’s career is highlighted by several accolades including the Distinguished Service Award from the Canadian Bar Association, New Brunswick Branch.  Recognized as a leading practitioner in the areas of insurance litigation, administrative and privacy law, this award further demonstrates Deirdre’s dedication and commitment to the legal profession.

 

Deirdre’s career has been characterized by integrity and adherence to the highest standards of our profession and we are very proud of her contributions and this accomplishment.

 

Well-deserved Deirdre, and continued success.