David McFarlane Elected President of the Canadian American Bar Association (The Recorder, Nov. 24, 2010)

David McFarlane has been elected the 2011 president of the Canadian American Bar Association.CABA is an association of U.S. lawyers with strong ties to Canada: They are Canadian citizens,permanent residents of Canada and/or graduates of a Canadian university or law school. McFarlane joined Snell & Wilmer as counsel in September to help expand the firm’s downtown Los Angeles office. He focuses his practice on employee benefits, executive compensation and human resources law and graduated in 1986 from University of Windsor Law School in Ontario, Canada.

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November 24, 2010 |
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