Casey W. Halladay 

Casey W. Halladay

Toronto
Brookfield Place, Suite 4400
181 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3

t: 416.865.7052
e: casey.halladay@mcmillan.ca

overview

Casey is one of Canada’s leading competition lawyers, with a practice covering all aspects of merger control, cartel defence, unilateral conduct and competition litigation. He brings a unique analytical approach to competition law issues, having practiced with leading firms in Toronto, Washington and London. 

In his merger control practice, Casey has advised on the Competition Act treatment of more than 150 transactions. His experience while practicing abroad includes advising on several significant Phase II matters in Europe and the United States, and co-ordinating international clearances in numerous jurisdictions around the world. In his cartel practice, Casey has represented clients in more than 15 different Competition Bureau investigations, including precedent-setting cases such as R. v. Rowe et al. (2004) and R. v. Maxzone Auto Parts (Canada) Corp. (2012). He has also defended competition class actions before the Canadian courts, and litigated civil reviewable practices before the Competition Tribunal.

Casey earned his LLB, summa cum laude, from the University of Ottawa and his LLM from the Harvard Law School, where his LLM paper on competitor collaborations under the US Sherman Act was chosen as a finalist in the international Swope Antitrust Writing Competition. He is an active member of the Leadership of both the American Bar Association and Canadian Bar Association competition law sections, and is recognized as a leading practitioner by the primary domestic and international legal directories. A native speaker of English, Casey also speaks Italian and French, and has a conversational grasp of Russian and Bulgarian. He is admitted to practice in Ontario, New York, and England and Wales.

Representative Matters

Merger Clearance: Casey has advised on the Competition Act treatment of more than 150 M&A transactions. Notable transactions in which he has been involved include:

  • United Technologies/Raytheon, Thoma Bravo/Aucerna, The Coca-Cola Company's sale of its Canadian bottling operations, Luxottica/Essilor, GE/Baker Hughes, Hitachi/Bradken, Schlumberger/Cameron, Air Canada/Air China (cross border joint venture), Halliburton/Baker Hughes (proposed), Novartis/GlaxoSmithKline (oncology, vaccines and consumer health transactions), Transcontinental/Quebecor, American Airlines/US Airways, CF/Viterra, BHP Billiton/Potash, ABB/Baldor, The Coca-Cola Company/Coca-Cola Enterprises, Schlumberger/Smith, Oracle/PeopleSoft, Carnival/Princess, Bertelsmann/Zomba, and Chevron/Texaco (Canadian clearances)

While practicing abroad, Casey advised on numerous significant merger control matters, including:

  • Alcoa/Alcan (proposed), SFR/Télé2, Deutsche Börse/Euronext (proposed), Alcoa/Orkla (ECMR reviews); Alcatel/Lucent (USA); 3M/Biotrace (UK)

Casey also assists offshore clients in securing approval of their Canadian transactions under the Investment Canada Act, Canada's foreign investment review regime.

Cartels and Multilateral Conduct: Casey advises and defends companies and individual executives on all aspects of cartel and other multilateral conduct including responding to searches and "dawn raids", negotiating and securing amnesty or leniency, co-operating with ongoing cartel investigations, and contesting allegations of misconduct before the courts. Particular experience includes:

  • Representing alleged cartel participants in the Competition Bureau investigations into the auto lighting, auto parts (multiple matters), automobile shipping, fine arts auction, fine paper, LIBOR, packaged chlorine, polychloroprene, polyester staple fibre, rubber chemicals, and semiconductor packaging sectors
  • Successfully defending a corporation and individual executive in a two-year criminal bid-rigging prosecution in Canada, winning dismissal of all charges on appeal to the Ontario Superior Court (R. v. Rowe et al.)
  • Advising an industry participant on UK and EC investigations into the payment cards industry
  • Representing an amnesty applicant in a US Department of Justice investigation into the container shipping sector

Casey also routinely defends clients in class action litigation in respect of alleged cartel conduct.

Abuse and Unilateral Conduct: Casey advises potentially dominant companies on unilateral conduct issues relating to pricing, discounting, loyalty schemes, rebates, tying, bundling, and exclusive distribution arrangements. In addition to counselling clients on the day-to-day application of the abuse laws to their business practices, contested matters have included:

  • Representing Paramount Pictures in the Competition Bureau's investigation into the motion picture exhibition and distribution industry
  • Defending British Airways in the UK Office of Fair Trading's investigation of its corporate rebating policies

Casey also served as lead counsel in one of the only private Refusal-to-Deal cases ever granted leave to proceed by the Competition Tribunal (UCDA v. IBC). That matter ultimately settled after Casey successfully obtained an interim supply order in contested proceedings before the Tribunal.

Presentations

Internal Investigations and Class Actions
Reinvigorating Canada's Cartel Enforcement Regime
Effective Engagement with the Competition Bureau
How a Domestic or International Secondment Can Change Your Career
The Interplay Between Public and Private Cartel Enforcement
International Cartel Enforcement: Fundamentals
Managing the Civil and Criminal Aspects of A Cartel File — Part II
Mergers & Acquisitions Committee Town Hall Symposium
Global Competition Law Issues
Managing the Civil and Criminal Aspects of a Cartel File
Who Wants to be an Ethics Millionaire
Navigating Muddy Waters: Steering Global Businesses Through Fluid and Disparate Standards
Competition Law in Canada
Corporate Counseling Committee Monthly Antitrust Update Program December 2016 Developments
Enforcement of Antitrust Laws: Global Challenges
Is There a Better Way to Accomplish Deterrence Against Corporations in International Cartel Matters?
Antitrust Risks of "Robo-Selling" and Pricing Algorithms in E-Commerce
Caveat Emptor: When Are Buying Groups Illegal?
Doing a Deal in Canada: What You Need to Know
Demonstration Five, Scene Three; Demonstration Seven
Break-out Session Study of Merger Remedies
The Ethics of Cartel Investigations
Global Competition Law Issues
A Five Year Retrospective on the Competition Act Amendments
The Evolution of Merger Control? Analyzing US-Canada Cross-border Reviews
Corporate Counsel's Role in Merger Control: Negotiating and Structuring the Deal
Competition Litigation Around the World: Canada
Death By 1,000 Fines: Are Companies Overpaying?
Demonstration Six, Scene Three; Demonstration Seven, Scene One
International Mergers in the Airlines Industry
International Committee Town Hall Symposium
Recent Developments in Canadian Competition Law
A Day in the Life: Compliance Program Effectiveness
Protecting Brand-Specific Investments in Canadian Distribution
Navigating the Globe, Cartel Enforcement Around the World: Russia and Ukraine
Anatomy of an International Cartel Investigation: A Retrospective on the Air Cargo Case
Best Practices for Regulatory Investigations
Navigating the Globe, Cartel Enforcement Around the World: Canada
Cartel and Criminal Practice Committee Town Hall Symposium
Best Practices for Regulatory Investigations
How Long is the Long Arm of the Law in Cartel Enforcement?
Career Opportunities in International Law
Updates on Canada's New Competition Law Regime
A Comparative Assessment of Class Actions in the United States, Canada and Italy
Coping With the New Per Se Cartel Regime and Managing Your Clients' Class Actions Exposure
Best Practices for Regulatory Investigations

Publications

Getting the Deal Through (Canada Chapter) – Cartel Regulation 2019
Proposed Changes to the Competition Bureau's Immunity Program Will Undermine Effective Cartel Enforcement in Canada - Comments of McMillan LLP on the Consultation Draft dated October 26, 2017
Getting the Deal Through – Cartel Regulation 2017
Towards International Fine Calculation Standards in Global Cartel Enforcement
The Life and Times of Section 46 of the Competition Act
Caveat Emptor: The Legality of Buying Groups Under Canadian Competition Law
M&A Transactions To Face Greater Regulatory Scrutiny In Latin And South America In 2016
Top 10 Tips for Introducing and Maintaining Effective Competition Law Compliance Programs
Commissioner of Competition Introduces Revised Compliance Programs Bulletin at McMillan Event
Labour Arbitrators and Canada's Competition Act: Jurisdictional Clarification
A Database Too Far? Interpreting the Competition Bureau's Computer Search Powers
Assessing the Auto Parts Inquiry in Canada
Canada Says "Goodbye Columbus" to the U.S. Approach to Antitrust Class Actions
What's new with the FAQs
No connection? No problem! Canada's Competition Bureau flexes its jurisdictional muscles
The Origins of Canada's Cartel Laws
Canada Chapter in: Getting the Deal Through – Cartel Regulation 2012
Key Issues for Canadian Cartel Enforcement in 2012
Navigating the Globe: Cartel Enforcement Around the World – Canada Chapter
Canada: Recent Developments of Interest to EC Practitioners
The Evolution of Amnesty and Leniency in Canadian Cartel Enforcement
Canada increases merger review and foreign investment review thresholds
Canada Chapter in Getting The Deal Through - Cartel Regulation 2011
A New Era for Canadian Cartel Enforcement
Regulatory Investigations Practices
Immunity and Leniency Under Canada's New Cartel Regime
A Bullet-Proof Vest for the Commission? Assessing the CFI's Judgment in MyTravel Group v. Commission
Paradigm Shift for Competition Laws and Foreign Investment Review in Canada
A Primer on Italian Commercial Agency Law
Understanding Italy's New Class Actions Regime
A Brief Guide to Doing Business in Italy
Italy Leads the European Movement for Class Actions
A Transatlantic Assessment of the Evolving Use of Behavioural Merger Remedies
Contributor to Chapter 1, Restraints of Trade
No Power? No Problem. Toward a More 'Reasonable' Test for Competitor Collaborations
Ontario Court Clarifies Bid-Rigging Law
Cartel Enforcement in Canada
Pricing Reform: Once More Unto the Breach? (Part II)
Pricing Reform: Once More Unto the Breach? (Part I)
Putting Canada in its Place: Canada and International Cartel Enforcement
The Use of Behavioural Remedies in Canadian Merger Law
The Effects of Settlement on an Insurer's Subrogated Rights
Canada Again Considers Reform of Criminal Pricing Offences
The Registration of Domain Names: A Primer

News

McMillan Lawyers Earn 41 Rankings across 23 Categories in Chambers Canada 2020
71 McMillan Lawyers Named in the 2020 Edition of Best Lawyers in Canada
McMillan lawyers recognized in US/Canada Cross-Border Guide 2019
60 McMillan Lawyers Recognized in the 2019 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory
McMillan Highlighted in both Lexpert's Top 10 Deals and Top 10 Business Decisions
Chambers Global 2019 has ranked McMillan as a leading law firm in several practice areas
32 McMillan lawyers recognized in Who's Who Legal Canada 2018
McMillan Named Competition Law Firm of the Year by Chambers Canada
McMillan lawyers are well represented in the 2019 edition of Chambers Canada
65 McMillan Lawyers Named in the 2019 Edition of Best Lawyers in Canada
McMillan lawyers recognized in US/Canada Cross-Border Guide 2018
McMillan lawyers well-represented in the 2018 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory
Chambers Global 2018 has ranked McMillan as a leading law firm in several practice areas
33 McMillan lawyers recognized in Who's Who Legal Canada 2017
McMillan lawyers are well represented in the 2018 edition of Chambers Canada
Margaret McNee recognized as Mutual Funds Lawyer of the Year, along with 58 McMillan Lawyers in the 2018 Best Lawyers in Canada Report
Chambers Global 2017 has ranked McMillan as a leading law firm in several practice areas
McMillan lawyers are well represented in the 2017 edition of Chambers Canada
McMillan lawyers recognized in Who's Who Legal: Canada 2016
61 McMillan lawyers recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2017
McMillan lawyers recognized in 2016 Chambers Global
McMillan lawyers recognized in Who's Who Legal: Competition 2016
McMillan Plays a Leading Role in the ABA Section of Antitrust Law
McMillan lawyers are well represented in inaugural edition of Chambers Canada
McMillan Plays a Leading Role in the CBA Competition Law Section
60 McMillan lawyers recognized in the 10th Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada
McMillan Co-Hosts Mergers Program With Bloomberg, New York State Bar Association, and CBA
Commissioner of Competition Introduces Revised Compliance Programs Bulletin at McMillan Event
McMillan's Competition/Antitrust Group Honoured at the 2015 Global Competition Review Awards
McMillan lawyers recognized in 2015 Chambers Global
Who's Who Legal: Competition 2015 recognizes three McMillan lawyers
Who's Who Legal: Canada 2014 recognizes 17 McMillan lawyers
McMillan lawyers recognized in the 2015 Best Lawyers in Canada
McMillan Honoured at Global Competition Review Awards
McMillan lawyers are well represented in the 2014 Chambers Global Directory
Global Competition Review recognizes McMillan's Competition and Antitrust practice
McMillan listed as "Canada Elite" by Global Competition Review (GCR)
Who's Who Legal: Canada 2013 recognizes 21 McMillan lawyers
McMillan Achieves Impressive Results in Who's Who of Competition Lawyers
Casey Halladay a Finalist for Global Competition Review's "Lawyer of the Year" Award
McMillan lawyers are well represented in the 2013 Chambers Global Directory
Lexpert names Casey Halladay one of the Top 40 Lawyers in Canada Under 40
Casey Halladay named one of the Top 40 Competition Lawyers in the World Under 40
McMillan hosts an American Bar Association (ABA) Town Hall
McMillan hosts an American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Antitrust Law teleseminar
McMillan competition group wins at inaugural Global Competition Review Awards
Martin Low and McMillan competition group transactions are 2011 GCR award finalists

Education

  • Solicitor (non-practising), England and Wales - 2009
  • Harvard Law School, LLM - 2005
  • University of Ottawa, LLB (summa cum laude) - 2000
  • University of Western Ontario, MA - 1997
  • University of Western Ontario, BA (Hons.) - 1996

Year Of Call

  • Called to the Ontario bar - February 2002
  • Called to the New York State bar - 2006

Practices

competition and antitrust
cartels
mergers
class actions
foreign investment review
competition policy advocacy
unilateral conduct and distribution practices
anti-corruption and fraud
Japan
government procurement

Industries

automotive
energy
transportation
applied technology
aviation
pharmaceuticals

Directorships and Professional Associations

  • Canadian Bar Association, National Competition Law Section – Former Chair, Reviewable Matters Committee, former Chair, International Committee; former Vice-Chair, Canadian Competition Law Review
  • American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law – Former Vice-Chair, Mergers & Acquisitions Committee; former Vice-Chair, International Committee; former Vice-Chair, Cartel and Criminal Practice Committee
  • Vice-Chair, 2020 ABA/IBA International Cartel Workshop; Member of the Steering Committee, 2016 ABA/IBA International Cartel Workshop
  • Non-Governmental Advisor, International Competition Network, Mergers Working Group
  • International Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Inter-Pacific Bar Association, Competition Law Committee
  • Harvard European Law Association

Awards & Rankings

Casey is recognized as a leading practitioner by numerous publications, including:

  • Chambers Global - described as "truly a rising star" with an "extremely pragmatic approach" (2020), "lauded by clients for his pragmatic approach and excellent knowledge" (2019), "great to work with and very responsive; he provides excellent client service" (2018), "knowledgeable and energetic" (2017), "a tremendous amount of energy, is extremely responsive and works very well with US counsel" (2016), "highly recommended by both clients and peers" (2015), "extremely talented" (2014), and "his understanding of competition law is encyclopedic, but at the same time he is pragmatic and very business-oriented" (2013)
  • The International Who's Who of Competition Lawyers & Economists (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013)
  • Lexpert Guide to US/Canada Cross-Border Lawyers
  • Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory
  • Best Lawyers in Canada (2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014)
  • Who's Who Legal: Canada (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013)
  • Who's Who Legal - Future Leaders (Partners) (2017) ("an all-round anti-trust expert"; "very knowledgeable and really well-liked by his colleagues")
  • Global Competition Review - two-time Finalist for worldwide "Lawyer of the Year - Under 40" Award (2014, 2013) 
  • The LEXPERT Guide to the Leading US/Canada Cross-Border Corporate Lawyers in Canada - named a "Corporate Lawyer to Watch" (2013)
  • Global Competition Review, Top 40 Competition Lawyers in the World Under 40 - selected from among more than 1,000 nominees worldwide (2012)
  • The Canadian Legal LEXPERT Directory, Rising Stars: Top 40 Lawyers in Canada Under 40 (2012)

Media Mentions

Casey is frequently quoted on competition law topics in the business and legal media. Recent examples include:

  • "Canada hires chief digital enforcement officer", Global Competition Review, July 3, 2019
  • "Canadian court knocks back beer appeal", Global Competition Review, April 26, 2019
  • "Canada hikes merger filing fee", Global Competition Review, April 25, 2018
  • "Civil liability adds uncertainty for potential leniency applicants", Global Competition Review, April 16, 2018
  • “Appeal court upholds Toronto Real Estate Board judgment”, Global Competition Review, December 4, 2017
  • "Mitsubishi hit by Canadian court's second-largest cartel fine", Global Competition Review, April 26, 2017
  • "Canada enforcer resists disclosure orders", Global Competition Review, March 29, 2017
  • "Canadian cartelist sentences to advocacy", Global Competition Review, August 25, 2016
  • "Google mostly cleared of abuse of dominance in Canada", Global Competition Review, April 20, 2016
  • "Plaintiff's firm files auto parts cartel suit in Manitoba", Global Competition Review, March 17, 2016
  • "Canada withdraws bid-rigging case", Global Competition Review, August 11, 2015
  • "Canada's bureau starts first prosecution of government employees", Global Competition Review, May 6, 2014
  • "Repeat fines and inconsistency threaten cartel enforcement, observers say", Global Competition Review, March 28, 2014
  • "Canada fines second ball bearings company", Global Competition Review, January 31, 2014
  • "Canada asks court to compel Google docs", Global Competition Review, December 16, 2013
  • "Canadian convenience store brings competition complaint", Global Competition Review, October 16, 2013
  • "Canada updates immunity and leniency FAQ with more guidance in the pipeline", Global Competition Review, September 30, 2013
  • "Canada fines JTEKT for car parts bid rigging", Global Competition Review, July 15, 2013
  • "Yazaki receives record Canadian fine", Global Competition Review, April 24, 2013
  • "Pecman expects appeal in Quebec bid-rigging case", Global Competition Review, February 13, 2013
  • "Canada wins appeal against merger challenge", Global Competition Review, February 12, 2013
  • "Price-fixing ruling could mean more prison sentences", The Globe and Mail, October 24, 2012
  • "Canadian partners make the top 40 on GCR's under 40 list", LEXPERT, March 29, 2012
  • "Canada punishes foam cartel", Global Competition Review, January 11, 2012
  • "US, Canada and Mexico officials meet in New York", Global Competition Review, December 21, 2011
  • "Canada secures first guilty plea in ventilation case", Global Competition Review, July 20, 2011
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Casey is one of Canada’s leading competition lawyers, with a practice covering all aspects of merger control, cartel defence, unilateral conduct and competition litigation. He brings a unique analytical approach to competition law issues, having practiced with leading firms in Toronto, Washington and London. 

In his merger control practice, Casey has advised on the Competition Act treatment of more than 150 transactions. His experience while practicing abroad includes advising on several significant Phase II matters in Europe and the United States, and co-ordinating international clearances in numerous jurisdictions around the world. In his cartel practice, Casey has represented clients in more than 15 different Competition Bureau investigations, including precedent-setting cases such as R. v. Rowe et al. (2004) and R. v. Maxzone Auto Parts (Canada) Corp. (2012). He has also defended competition class actions before the Canadian courts, and litigated civil reviewable practices before the Competition Tribunal.

Casey earned his LLB, summa cum laude, from the University of Ottawa and his LLM from the Harvard Law School, where his LLM paper on competitor collaborations under the US Sherman Act was chosen as a finalist in the international Swope Antitrust Writing Competition. He is an active member of the Leadership of both the American Bar Association and Canadian Bar Association competition law sections, and is recognized as a leading practitioner by the primary domestic and international legal directories. A native speaker of English, Casey also speaks Italian and French, and has a conversational grasp of Russian and Bulgarian. He is admitted to practice in Ontario, New York, and England and Wales.

Merger Clearance: Casey has advised on the Competition Act treatment of more than 150 M&A transactions. Notable transactions in which he has been involved include:

  • United Technologies/Raytheon, Thoma Bravo/Aucerna, The Coca-Cola Company's sale of its Canadian bottling operations, Luxottica/Essilor, GE/Baker Hughes, Hitachi/Bradken, Schlumberger/Cameron, Air Canada/Air China (cross border joint venture), Halliburton/Baker Hughes (proposed), Novartis/GlaxoSmithKline (oncology, vaccines and consumer health transactions), Transcontinental/Quebecor, American Airlines/US Airways, CF/Viterra, BHP Billiton/Potash, ABB/Baldor, The Coca-Cola Company/Coca-Cola Enterprises, Schlumberger/Smith, Oracle/PeopleSoft, Carnival/Princess, Bertelsmann/Zomba, and Chevron/Texaco (Canadian clearances)

While practicing abroad, Casey advised on numerous significant merger control matters, including:

  • Alcoa/Alcan (proposed), SFR/Télé2, Deutsche Börse/Euronext (proposed), Alcoa/Orkla (ECMR reviews); Alcatel/Lucent (USA); 3M/Biotrace (UK)

Casey also assists offshore clients in securing approval of their Canadian transactions under the Investment Canada Act, Canada's foreign investment review regime.

Cartels and Multilateral Conduct: Casey advises and defends companies and individual executives on all aspects of cartel and other multilateral conduct including responding to searches and "dawn raids", negotiating and securing amnesty or leniency, co-operating with ongoing cartel investigations, and contesting allegations of misconduct before the courts. Particular experience includes:

  • Representing alleged cartel participants in the Competition Bureau investigations into the auto lighting, auto parts (multiple matters), automobile shipping, fine arts auction, fine paper, LIBOR, packaged chlorine, polychloroprene, polyester staple fibre, rubber chemicals, and semiconductor packaging sectors
  • Successfully defending a corporation and individual executive in a two-year criminal bid-rigging prosecution in Canada, winning dismissal of all charges on appeal to the Ontario Superior Court (R. v. Rowe et al.)
  • Advising an industry participant on UK and EC investigations into the payment cards industry
  • Representing an amnesty applicant in a US Department of Justice investigation into the container shipping sector

Casey also routinely defends clients in class action litigation in respect of alleged cartel conduct.

Abuse and Unilateral Conduct: Casey advises potentially dominant companies on unilateral conduct issues relating to pricing, discounting, loyalty schemes, rebates, tying, bundling, and exclusive distribution arrangements. In addition to counselling clients on the day-to-day application of the abuse laws to their business practices, contested matters have included:

  • Representing Paramount Pictures in the Competition Bureau's investigation into the motion picture exhibition and distribution industry
  • Defending British Airways in the UK Office of Fair Trading's investigation of its corporate rebating policies

Casey also served as lead counsel in one of the only private Refusal-to-Deal cases ever granted leave to proceed by the Competition Tribunal (UCDA v. IBC). That matter ultimately settled after Casey successfully obtained an interim supply order in contested proceedings before the Tribunal.

February 2017
Getting the Deal Through – Cartel Regulation 2017

Global Coordinating Editor; Canada Chapter

June 2016
Towards International Fine Calculation Standards in Global Cartel Enforcement

Paper submitted to ABA Antitrust Section Sentencing Symposium

May 2016
The Life and Times of Section 46 of the Competition Act

Paper submitted to the CBA Spring Competition Law Conference

April 2016
Caveat Emptor: The Legality of Buying Groups Under Canadian Competition Law
Paper submitted to the ABA Antitrust Section Spring Meeting
March 2016
M&A Transactions To Face Greater Regulatory Scrutiny In Latin And South America In 2016
IBA Latin American Regional Forum Newsletter
February 2016
Six Years On: Analyzing the Auto Parts Cartel Inquiry in Canada
Paper submitted to the 2016 ABA/IBA International Cartel Workshop
November 2014
Labour Arbitrators and Canada's Competition Act: Jurisdictional Clarification
Employment and Competition Bulletin
September 2014
A Database Too Far? Interpreting the Competition Bureau's Computer Search Powers
27:2 Canadian Competition Law Review (2014)
February 2014
Assessing the Auto Parts Inquiry in Canada
Paper submitted to the 2014 ABA / IBA International Cartel Workshop
January 2014
Canada Says "Goodbye Columbus" to the U.S. Approach to Antitrust Class Actions
ABA Antitrust Section - Civil Redress Committee
International Civil Redress Bulletin
December 2013
International Mergers in the Airlines Industry
American Bar Association teleseminar
September 2013
What's new with the FAQs
Competition Bulletin
March 2013
Protecting Brand-Specific Investments in Canadian Distribution
New York State Bar Association Conference
December 2012
Cartel Enforcement in Russia and Ukraine
American Bar Association Teleseminar
July 2012
The Origins of Canada's Cartel Laws
25:1 Canadian Competition Law Review (2012)
February 2012
Key Issues for Canadian Cartel Enforcement in 2012
Paper for the ABA/IBA International Cartel Workshop
January 2012
Navigating the Globe: Cartel Enforcement Around the World – Canada Chapter
Speech to American Bar Association Teleseminar
November 2011
Canada: Recent Developments of Interest to EC Practitioners
Presentation to the GCR Law Leaders Conference
September 2011
Best Practices for Regulatory Investigations
Federated Press: 2nd Mini LLB For Regulators Conference
June 2011
The Evolution of Amnesty and Leniency in Canadian Cartel Enforcement
Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report
January 2011
A New Era for Canadian Cartel Enforcement
The 2011 Lexpert®/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada
September 2010
Regulatory Investigations Practices
Federated Press: Mini LLB For Regulators Conference
March 2010
Redesigning a Criminal Cartel Regime: The Canadian Conversion
Chapter 12 in Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement, Caron Beaton-Wells and Ariel Ezrachi, eds.
February 2010
Immunity and Leniency Under Canada's New Cartel Regime
Paper for the ABA/IBA International Cartel Workshop, Paris
Winter 2010
A Bullet-Proof Vest for the Commission? Assessing the CFI's Judgment in MyTravel Group v. Commission
16:1 Columbia Journal of European Law, Winter 2009/2010
Fall 2009
Paradigm Shift for Competition Laws and Foreign Investment Review in Canada
Partners Magazine, Autumn 2009
Fall 2008
A Primer on Italian Commercial Agency Law
21:2 International Law Practicum (2008)
August 2008
Understanding Italy's New Class Actions Regime
LexisNexis Expert Commentary (republished by Bocconi University Press, 2009)
Summer 2008
A Brief Guide to Doing Business in Italy
Partners Magazine, Summer 2008 issue
Winter 2008
Italy Leads the European Movement for Class Actions
Focus on Italy Magazine, Winter 2008 issue
January 2007
A Transatlantic Assessment of the Evolving Use of Behavioural Merger Remedies
Chapter V in Handbook of Transatlantic Antitrust, Philip Marsden, ed. (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007)
Fall 2006
Contributor to Chapter 1, Restraints of Trade
Antitrust Law Developments, 6th ed. (American Bar Association, 2007)
March 2006
No Power? No Problem. Toward a More 'Reasonable' Test for Competitor Collaborations
Jones Day Swope Antitrust Writing Competition
Fall 2004
Ontario Court Clarifies Bid-Rigging Law
22:1 Canadian Competition Record 10 (Fall 2004)
April 2004
Cartel Enforcement in Canada
Global Competition Forum, Competition Law and Policy in a Global Context
Winter 2004
Pricing Reform: Once More Unto the Breach? (Part II)
8:2 Competition Law 522
Fall 2003
Pricing Reform: Once More Unto the Breach? (Part I)
8:1 Competition Law 502
February 2003
Putting Canada in its Place: Canada and International Cartel Enforcement
British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium / Howrey Simon Europe: Understanding Cartel Enforcement Conference
Fall 2002
The Use of Behavioural Remedies in Canadian Merger Law
Canadian Bar Association Competition Law Conference
Summer 2002
The Effects of Settlement on an Insurer's Subrogated Rights
26 Advocates’ Quarterly 162 (2002)
July 2002
Canada Again Considers Reform of Criminal Pricing Offences
Antitrust Report
February 2002
The Registration of Domain Names: A Primer
Law Society of Upper Canada Six Minute Business Lawyer Conference
December 2019
Internal Investigations and Class Actions
Ontario Bar Association Class Actions Colloquium
October 2019
Reinvigorating Canada's Cartel Enforcement Regime
Canadian Bar Association Annual Fall Conference on Competition Law
May 2019
Effective Engagement with the Competition Bureau
Seminar with Commissioner Pecman
April 2018
How a Domestic or International Secondment Can Change Your Career
Canadian Bar Association - Panel Presentation
April 2018
The Interplay Between Public and Private Cartel Enforcement
Global Competition Review - Cartels Conference
February 2018
International Cartel Enforcement: Fundamentals
American Bar Association/International Bar Association Cartel Workshop
November 2017
Managing the Civil and Criminal Aspects of A Cartel File — Part II
Canadian Bar Association Teleseminar
October 2017
Mergers & Acquisitions Committee Town Hall Symposium
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Teleseminar
October 2017
Global Competition Law Issues
Union Internationale des Avocats Conference
April 2017
Managing the Civil and Criminal Aspects of a Cartel File
Canadian Bar Association, Teleseminar
March 2017
Who Wants to be an Ethics Millionaire
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Spring Meeting
March 2017
Navigating Muddy Waters: Steering Global Businesses Through Fluid and Disparate Standards
Global Competition Review Cartels Conference
January 2017
Competition Law in Canada
Guest Lecture, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
January 11, 2017
Corporate Counseling Committee Monthly Antitrust Update Program December 2016 Developments
ABA Section of Antitrust Law, Toronto, Ontario
October 2016
Enforcement of Antitrust Laws: Global Challenges
New York State Bar Association International Section Conference
June 2016
Is There a Better Way to Accomplish Deterrence Against Corporations in International Cartel Matters?
American Bar Association Antitrust Sentencing Symposium
May 2016
Antitrust Risks of "Robo-Selling" and Pricing Algorithms in E-Commerce
Canadian Bar Association Competition Law Spring Conference
April 2016
Caveat Emptor: When Are Buying Groups Illegal?
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Spring Meeting
April 2016
Doing a Deal in Canada: What You Need to Know
McMillan LLP Webinar
February 2016
Demonstration Five, Scene Three; Demonstration Seven
American Bar Association/International Bar Association Cartel Workshop
September 2015
Break-out Session Study of Merger Remedies
International Competition Network Mergers Workshop
June 2015
Top 10 Tips for Introducing and Maintaining Effective Compliance Programs
McMillan/Competition Bureau Client Seminar
April 2015
The Ethics of Cartel Investigations
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Spring Meeting
March 2015
Global Competition Law Issues
New York State Bar Association International Section Conference
February 2015
A Five Year Retrospective on the Competition Act Amendments
Canadian Bar Association / Competition Bureau Roundtable
November 2014
The Evolution of Merger Control? Analyzing US-Canada Cross-border Reviews
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Teleseminar
June 2014
Corporate Counsel's Role in Merger Control: Negotiating and Structuring the Deal
American Bar Association International Section Conference
June 2014
Competition Litigation Around the World: Canada
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Teleseminar
March 2014
Death By 1,000 Fines: Are Companies Overpaying?
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Spring Meeting
February 2014
Demonstration Six, Scene Three; Demonstration Seven, Scene One
American Bar Association / International Bar Association Cartel Workshop
December 2013
International Mergers in the Airlines Industry
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Teleseminar
October 2013
International Committee Town Hall Symposium
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Teleseminar
June 2013
Recent Developments in Canadian Competition Law
Law Society of Upper Canada Six‐Minute Business Lawyer Conference
April 2013
A Day in the Life: Compliance Program Effectiveness
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Spring Meeting
March 2013
Protecting Brand-Specific Investments in Canadian Distribution
New York State Bar Association International Section Conference
December 2012
Navigating the Globe, Cartel Enforcement Around the World: Russia and Ukraine
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Teleseminar
September 2012
Anatomy of an International Cartel Investigation: A Retrospective on the Air Cargo Case
Canadian Bar Association Annual Fall Conference on Competition Law
September 2012
Best Practices for Regulatory Investigations
Federated Press Mini LLB For Regulators Conference
January 2012
Navigating the Globe, Cartel Enforcement Around the World: Canada
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Teleseminar
September 2011
Cartel and Criminal Practice Committee Town Hall Symposium
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Teleseminar
September 2011
Best Practices for Regulatory Investigations
Federated Press Mini LLB For Regulators Conference
March 2011
How Long is the Long Arm of the Law in Cartel Enforcement?
American Bar Association Antitrust Section Spring Meeting
February 2011
Career Opportunities in International Law
Canadian International Law Students' Conference
December 2010
Updates on Canada's New Competition Law Regime
Association of Corporate Counsel – Quebec Chapter
November 2010
A Comparative Assessment of Class Actions in the United States, Canada and Italy
New York State Bar Association International Section Teleseminar
November 2010
Coping With the New Per Se Cartel Regime and Managing Your Clients' Class Actions Exposure
Ontario Bar Association Essentials of Competition Law Conference
September 2010
Best Practices for Regulatory Investigations
Federated Press Mini LLB For Regulators Conference