Geoffrey C. Kubrick 

Geoffrey C. Kubrick

Ottawa
World Exchange Plaza, Suite 2000
45 O'Connor Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1A4

t: 613.691.6129
e: geoffrey.kubrick@mcmillan.ca

aperçu

Geoffrey Kubrick is a partner in the International Trade Law Group in the firm's Ottawa office. He joined the firm in 1993 .

Geoff is one of Canada's leading practitioners in the field of international trade law, and has appeared in more than one hundred trade-related cases before the Canadian courts and tribunals. Combining his economic and legal experience in the area of international trade, particularly in anti-dumping and countervail investigations, Geoff undertakes detailed analysis of source data, prosecutes appeals against decisions of the Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA"), and provides related opinions and submissions. Before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal ("CITT"), he has frequently represented both foreign exporters/ importers and Canadian producers in customs appeals, injury inquiries and reviews. He has also been involved in a number of leading trade cases in litigation before the Federal Court of Canada and Supreme Court of Canada.

Geoff has frequently appeared as counsel before NAFTA Binational Dispute Resolution Panels, as well as panels under the earlier Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement . He acted as assistant to the NAFTA Binational Dispute Resolution Panel in one of the first cases heard in the United States under the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement. In addition, he advises clients on provisions of the WTO, CETA and NAFTA, as well as on bilateral trade agreements.

In commercial law, he has been involved in the drafting and negotiation of international technology licensing agreements, for products as diverse as radio-isotopes and computer software, and he advises clients regularly in other matters pertaining to corporate law.

Geoff has acted as a Consultant for the Consumers Association of Canada. He advised on economic issues during negotiation of the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement. He has also acted as an Economist for Statistics Canada, focusing on data collection and analysis and the development of computer systems.

Representative Matters

Geoffrey Kubrick has been the lead on the following cases:

  • Canada Border Services Agency terminates an anti-dumping investigation against Silicon Metal from Russia – McMillan successfully represented Rusal, a Russian producer. The decision was made on the ground of negligible volumes. Preliminary determinations were made in respect of  the dumping and/or  subsidization from 6 other countries (July 2017).
  • The Canadian International Trade Tribunal found injury to Canadian production caused by the dumping of concrete reinforcing bar  (“rebar”) originating or exported from Republic of Belarus, Chinese Taipei, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, Japan, the Portuguese Republic and the Kingdom of Spain. McMillan LLP represented Max Aicher (North America) in the Canadian International Trade Tribunal injury inquiry. The finding will result in anti-dumping protection for up to five years against imports of rebar from the named countries (May 2017)
  • CITT renews injury finding on dumped and subsidized Pup Joints from China – Represented Tenaris Canada in the Canadian International Trade Tribunal review inquiry. The finding will extend trade remedy protection for Canadian producers against unfairly-priced imports of seamless pup joints from China (April 2017)
  • The Federal Court of Appeal upholds a decision of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal declining to provide a product exclusion requested by Mertex Canada Inc. McMillan LLP represented Tenaris Canada, a Canadian producer of oil country tubular goods (October 2016)
  • The Canadian International Trade Tribunal found injury to Canadian production caused by the dumping and subsidization of Line Pipe originating or exported from China. McMillan LLP represented Tenaris Canada in the Canadian International Trade Tribunal injury inquiry. The finding will result in anti-dumping protection for up to five years against imports of Line Pipe from China (March 2016)
  • Canadian International Trade Tribunal finds there is no public interest in the British Columbia market to justify reducing duties on by dumped and subsidized concrete reinforcing bar from China or dumped concrete reinforcing bar from South Korea and Turkey – represented Gerdau Longsteel North America, a Canadian producer in the Canadian International Trade Tribunal injury inquiry. The finding will result in the full statutory measure of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy protection against imports of concrete reinforcing bar from China and anti-dumping protection against those same goods from South Korea and Turkey (December 2015)
  • Canada Border Services Agency makes a preliminary determination of dumping and subsidization against Line Pipe from China – represented Tenaris Canada, a Canadian producer. The finding imposes provisional duties for a four month period, while the Canadian International Trade Tribunal examines whether the dumping and subsidization has caused injury to Canadian production (September 2015)
  • CITT renews injury finding on Oil Country Tubular Goods (“OCTG”) from China – Represented Tenaris Canada in the Canadian International Trade Tribunal review inquiry. The finding will extend trade remedy protection for Canadian producers against unfairly-priced imports of OCTG from China (March 2015)

Geoff has undertaken numerous significant representations in the areas of international trade prior to joining the firm, including the following:

  • Advised the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador in the high-profile issue of bulk removal and export of water, the related legislation, and its implications under international trade rules
  • Successfully initiated first China Safeguard (Market Disruption) Inquiry in Canada
  • Acted as assistant to the Binational Dispute Resolution Panel in one of the first cases heard in the United States under the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement
  • Negotiated and drafted international technology licensing agreements for products as diverse as radio-isotopes and computer software

Presentations

What Could the NAFTA Renegotiations Mean for Your Business?
Canada Perspective
Trump's Implication on WTO and NAFTA; a discussion of the international trade implications of President Trump's policy proposals
Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later: the importance of due diligence on international trade issues in the mergers & acquisition process
The Intersection Between the Comprehensive Economic & Trade Agreement (CETA) and the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP): Lessons Learned
Taming the Hydra; the Role of Corporate Counsel in Inter-jurisdictional Legal Issues
Open For Business: Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement
Developments in Free Trade Agreements Between North America
A Visit from the World Customs Organization
International Law – The Ten Minute International Trade Lawyer
Deal or No Deal, The Need for Due Diligence on International Trade Law Issues in the Mergers and Acquisitions Process
From Dollars to Doha-Nuts - Perspectives on the WTO
Dancing With the Dragon - An Update on Critical Issues in Doing Business in China

Publications

Canada's New Export Brokering Regime
ALERTE CONCERNANT LE NICARAGUA - Le Canada impose des sanctions contre des responsables nicaraguayens
Surtax! What To Do Now
Dent pour dent
C'EST PARTI : le délégué commercial général des États Unis publie ses objectifs pour la renégociation de l'ALÉNA
Bois d'œuvre résineux : les faits
NAFTA – the sky is not falling – those are just thunder clouds
Free Trade Trumps Protectionism
IT is It!
Canada Removes Tariffs on High Tech Imports
The M&A Maze:
Due Diligence and International Trade Law
The Persian Conversion: New rules for doing business in Iran
TPP of the Iceberg
Shining a Light on Solar Panels: Government Promotion of Renewable Energy Leads to Trade Disputes and Trade Remedies
Finally! CBSA to Allow Duty Refund Claims on Downward Transfer or Sale Price Adjustments
Penny Wise, Pound Foolish? Federal Government Proposes to Combine "Back-Office" Work of Eleven Federal Tribunals and Boards into One New "Mega" Administrative Agency
The Long and Winding Road - Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement Signed
Timber! $1 Billion China-BC Forestry MOU Signed
Surprise! The Impact of Transfer Price Adjustments on Canadian Customs Valuation and Compliance
The deal is done: Canada – EU trade deal signed
COOL: United States not so cool for Canadian farmers
That's amore: New rules for mozzarella used in restaurant pizza
Russia's accession to the WTO – implications for Canada
The cloud with a silver lining: How to survive Canadian anti-dumping actions
Anti-dumping law in Canada
Will tariffs increase on imported goods from certain countries? Canada reconsiders the general preferential tariff
Important changes coming to Canadian food inspection agency's food inspection system
Approaching the eleventh hour - Canada EU free trade negotiations update
Outfitter Plans to File Trade Grievance
Law Note - Court Rules on China as a Non-Market Economy
Canada Tables Consumer Protection Legislation
Canada's Export Controls: Think Before You Export
Canada's Bill C-43 Incorporates Hidden Advance Data Element Requirements
Zeroing
Law Note - EU Seeks WTO Remedy on Canadian Wine and Beer
It's Now or Never for CITT Participation
Canada-US Softwood Lumber Framework Agreement: At Loggerheads No More
Canada-U.S. Softwood Lumber Agreement Framework: What's in the Deal?
Will the Tribunal Sit on Furniture?
China Trade: Surge Protection
The Flaw in the M&A Ointment: International Trade Law
Anti-dumping Developments: The Mark of Zero
The Cloud with a Silver Living

News

Le guide Chambers Global de 2020 classe McMillan au rang des cabinets d'avocats chefs de file dans six domaines de pratique et cite 17 de nos avocat(e)s
32 avocats de McMillan classés meilleurs conseillers juridiques en droit des affaires dans l'édition 2019 du Who's Who Legal: Canada
22 avocats de McMillan figurent au répertoire The Legal 500 – Canada de 2020
Les avocats de McMillan obtiennent 41 classements dans 23 catégories dans le guide Chambers Canada de 2020
71 avocats de McMillan nommés dans l'édition de 2020 du répertoire Best Lawyers in Canada
60 avocats de McMillan cités dans le répertoire The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory de 2019
Chambers Global 2019 a classé McMillan au rang des cabinets d'avocats chefs de file dans plusieurs domaines de pratique
32 avocats de McMillan cités dans le répertoire Who's Who Legal: Canada 2018
Les avocats de McMillan sont bien représentés dans le guide Chambers Canada de 2019
65 avocats de McMillan sont nommés dans l'édition 2019 de Best Lawyers in Canada
65 avocats de McMillan sont nommés dans l'édition 2019 de Best Lawyers in Canada
Les avocats de McMillan figurent en bonne place dans l'édition 2018 du répertoire Canadian Legal de Lexpert
Les avocats de McMillan figurent en bonne place dans l'édition 2018 du répertoire Canadian Legal de Lexpert
Chambers Global 2018 a classé McMillan au rang des cabinets d'avocats chefs de file dans plusieurs domaines de pratique
Geoffrey Kubrick et Neil Campbell, avocats de McMillan nommés aux groupes spéciaux du chapitre 19 de l'ALÉNA (recours commerciaux)
Geoffrey Kubrick et Neil Campbell, avocats de McMillan nommés aux groupes spéciaux du chapitre 19 de l'ALÉNA (recours commerciaux)
Margaret McNee reconnue avocate de l'année dans la catégorie fonds communs de placement, aux côtés de 58 avocats de McMillan, dans l'édition 2018 de Best Lawyers in Canada
Margaret McNee reconnue avocate de l'année dans la catégorie fonds communs de placement, aux côtés de 58 avocats de McMillan, dans l'édition 2018 de Best Lawyers in Canada
Geoffrey Kubrick discute des gagnants et des perdants potentiels dans le cadre des pourparlers sur l'ALENA pour Listed Magazine
Geoffrey Kubrick discute des gagnants et des perdants potentiels dans le cadre des pourparlers sur l'ALENA pour Listed Magazine
Geoffrey Kubrick, dans une entrevue donnée au magazine Canadian Lawyer, explique comment la renégociation de l'ALENA pourrait viser des secteurs particuliers
Les avocats de McMillan sont bien représentés dans le répertoire Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory 2017
Chambers Global a classé McMillan au rang des cabinets d'avocats chefs de file dans plusieurs domaines de pratique dans son édition de 2017
Geoffrey Kubrick explique en quoi le PTP est différent dans TerraLex
Geoffrey Kubrick explique en quoi le PTP est différent dans TerraLex
Les avocats de McMillan sont bien représentés dans l'édition 2017 du répertoire Chambers Canada
Des avocats de McMillan cités dans le répertoire Who's Who Legal: Canada 2016
L'édition 2017 du Best Lawyers in Canada souligne l'expertise de 59 avocats de McMillan
Les avocats de McMillan sont bien représentés dans le répertoire Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory 2016
L'édition 2016 de Chambers Global souligne l'expertise des avocats de McMillan
McMillan est bien représenté dans la première édition du guide Chambers Canada
Dans sa 10e édition, Best Lawyers in Canada souligne l'expertise de
60 avocats de McMillan
McMillan figure dans la publication Big Suits de Lexpert pour avoir représenté Tenaris Canada avec succès
L'édition 2015 de Chambers Global souligne l'expertise des avocats de McMillan
Seize avocats de McMillan figurent dans l'édition 2015 du palmarès Legal 500 Canada
Dix-sept avocats de McMillan figurent dans le répertoire Who's Who Legal: Canada 2014
Des avocats de McMillan figurent dans l'édition 2015 de Best Lawyers in Canada
McMillan bien représenté dans le 2014 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory
McMillan bien représenté dans le 2014 Chambers Global Directory
Who's Who Legal: Canada 2013 recognizes 21 McMillan lawyers
Quarante-neuf avocats de McMillan figurent dans l'édition 2014 de Best Lawyers in Canada
Quarante—quatre avocats chefs de file de McMillan figurent dans l'édition 2013 du Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory
McMillan bien représenté dans le 2013 Chambers Global Directory
47 McMillan lawyers recognized in the 2013 Best Lawyers in Canada
Trente-neuf avocats de McMillan figurent dans l'édition 2012 du Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory en tant que chefs de file
Les avocats de McMillan bien représentés dans le répertoire Chambers Global 2012
Who's Who Legal: Canada 2011 recognizes 25 McMillan lawyers
50 McMillan Lawyers recognized in the 2012 Best Lawyers in Canada
Trente-cinq avocats de McMillan figurent dans l'édition 2011 du Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory en tant que chefs de file
McMillan Lawyers are well represented in the 2011 Chambers Global Directory

Education

  • University of Ottawa, LLB - 1986
  • Carleton University, MA Economics - 1979

Year Of Call

  • Barreau de l'Ontario - 1988

Practices

commerce international
mesures antidumping et antisubventions
réglementation douanière
réglementation du commerce international
contrôles à l'exportation et à l'importation et licences
sanctions économiques
white collar defence and government investigations
concurrence
droit des affaires

Industries

énergie
automobile
technologies de l'information
immobilier commercial
secteur des aliments et boissons et agroentreprise
industries manufacturières, distribution et commerce du détail

Directorships and Professional Associations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • County of Carleton Law Association

Teaching Engagements

Geoffrey Kubrick is a Guest Lecturer at the University of Ottawa (Faculty of Law, Common Law Section). He lectures on  Studies in International Law: International Trade Remedies.

Awards & Rankings

  • Recognized in the 2019 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as a Consistently Recommended lawyer in the area of International Trade Regulation
  • Recognized by Chambers Global (2019) as a leading lawyer in the area of International Trade / WTO
  • Listed in Who's Who Legal: Canada 2018 as a leader in Trade and Customs Law
  • Recognized by Chambers Canada 2019 as a leader in International Trade/WTO
  • Recognized by The Best Lawyers in Canada 2019 as a leading lawyer in the area of International Trade & Finance Law
  • Recognized in the 2018 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as a Consistently Recommended lawyer in the area of International Trade Regulation
  • Listed in Chambers Global 2018 as a leading lawyer in International Trade/WTO 
  • Listed in Chambers Canada 2018 as a leading lawyer in International Trade/WTO 
  • Listed in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2018 as a leader in International Trade and Finance Law
  • Listed in Lexpert Guide(2017) as a leading US/Canada Cross-Border Litigation Lawyer in Canada
  • Consistently recommended by Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory 2017 in the area of International Trade Regulation
  • Listed in Who's Who Legal: Canada 2017 as a leader in Trade and Customs Law
  • Listed in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2017 as a leader in International Trade and Finance Law
  • Listed in Chambers Global 2017 as a leading lawyer in the practice are of International Trade/WTO
  • Listed in Who's Who Legal: Canada 2016 as a leader in Trade and Customs Law
  • Listed in Chambers Global 2016 as a leading lawyer in the practice are of International Trade/WTO
  • Listed in Chambers Canada 2016 as a leading lawyer in the practice are of International Trade/WTO - Canada
  • Listed in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2016 as a leader in International Trade and Finance Law
  • Recognized in Chambers Global: The World's Leading Business Lawyers 2015, as a leader in the practice area of International Trade/WTO  
  • Listed in The Legal 500 Canada 2015 as a "Leading Lawyer" - International Trade
  • Listed in Who's Who Legal Canada 2014, as a leader in Trade and Customs Law
  • Listed in The International Who's Who of Trade & Customs Lawyers 2013
  • Named by Lexpert/ American Lawyer in 2011 Guide to the Top 500 Lawyers in Canada
  • Received a "BV" Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell
  • Listed in the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 as a leading practitioner in International Trade Regulation
  • Included in The Legal Media Group Guide to the World's Leading International Trade Lawyers

Media Mentions

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Geoffrey Kubrick is a partner in the International Trade Law Group in the firm's Ottawa office. He joined the firm in 1993 .

Geoff is one of Canada's leading practitioners in the field of international trade law, and has appeared in more than one hundred trade-related cases before the Canadian courts and tribunals. Combining his economic and legal experience in the area of international trade, particularly in anti-dumping and countervail investigations, Geoff undertakes detailed analysis of source data, prosecutes appeals against decisions of the Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA"), and provides related opinions and submissions. Before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal ("CITT"), he has frequently represented both foreign exporters/ importers and Canadian producers in customs appeals, injury inquiries and reviews. He has also been involved in a number of leading trade cases in litigation before the Federal Court of Canada and Supreme Court of Canada.

Geoff has frequently appeared as counsel before NAFTA Binational Dispute Resolution Panels, as well as panels under the earlier Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement . He acted as assistant to the NAFTA Binational Dispute Resolution Panel in one of the first cases heard in the United States under the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement. In addition, he advises clients on provisions of the WTO, CETA and NAFTA, as well as on bilateral trade agreements.

In commercial law, he has been involved in the drafting and negotiation of international technology licensing agreements, for products as diverse as radio-isotopes and computer software, and he advises clients regularly in other matters pertaining to corporate law.

Geoff has acted as a Consultant for the Consumers Association of Canada. He advised on economic issues during negotiation of the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement. He has also acted as an Economist for Statistics Canada, focusing on data collection and analysis and the development of computer systems.

Geoffrey Kubrick has been the lead on the following cases:

  • Canada Border Services Agency terminates an anti-dumping investigation against Silicon Metal from Russia – McMillan successfully represented Rusal, a Russian producer. The decision was made on the ground of negligible volumes. Preliminary determinations were made in respect of  the dumping and/or  subsidization from 6 other countries (July 2017).
  • The Canadian International Trade Tribunal found injury to Canadian production caused by the dumping of concrete reinforcing bar  (“rebar”) originating or exported from Republic of Belarus, Chinese Taipei, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, Japan, the Portuguese Republic and the Kingdom of Spain. McMillan LLP represented Max Aicher (North America) in the Canadian International Trade Tribunal injury inquiry. The finding will result in anti-dumping protection for up to five years against imports of rebar from the named countries (May 2017)
  • CITT renews injury finding on dumped and subsidized Pup Joints from China – Represented Tenaris Canada in the Canadian International Trade Tribunal review inquiry. The finding will extend trade remedy protection for Canadian producers against unfairly-priced imports of seamless pup joints from China (April 2017)
  • The Federal Court of Appeal upholds a decision of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal declining to provide a product exclusion requested by Mertex Canada Inc. McMillan LLP represented Tenaris Canada, a Canadian producer of oil country tubular goods (October 2016)
  • The Canadian International Trade Tribunal found injury to Canadian production caused by the dumping and subsidization of Line Pipe originating or exported from China. McMillan LLP represented Tenaris Canada in the Canadian International Trade Tribunal injury inquiry. The finding will result in anti-dumping protection for up to five years against imports of Line Pipe from China (March 2016)
  • Canadian International Trade Tribunal finds there is no public interest in the British Columbia market to justify reducing duties on by dumped and subsidized concrete reinforcing bar from China or dumped concrete reinforcing bar from South Korea and Turkey – represented Gerdau Longsteel North America, a Canadian producer in the Canadian International Trade Tribunal injury inquiry. The finding will result in the full statutory measure of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy protection against imports of concrete reinforcing bar from China and anti-dumping protection against those same goods from South Korea and Turkey (December 2015)
  • Canada Border Services Agency makes a preliminary determination of dumping and subsidization against Line Pipe from China – represented Tenaris Canada, a Canadian producer. The finding imposes provisional duties for a four month period, while the Canadian International Trade Tribunal examines whether the dumping and subsidization has caused injury to Canadian production (September 2015)
  • CITT renews injury finding on Oil Country Tubular Goods (“OCTG”) from China – Represented Tenaris Canada in the Canadian International Trade Tribunal review inquiry. The finding will extend trade remedy protection for Canadian producers against unfairly-priced imports of OCTG from China (March 2015)

Geoff has undertaken numerous significant representations in the areas of international trade prior to joining the firm, including the following:

  • Advised the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador in the high-profile issue of bulk removal and export of water, the related legislation, and its implications under international trade rules
  • Successfully initiated first China Safeguard (Market Disruption) Inquiry in Canada
  • Acted as assistant to the Binational Dispute Resolution Panel in one of the first cases heard in the United States under the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement
  • Negotiated and drafted international technology licensing agreements for products as diverse as radio-isotopes and computer software
Août 2019
Canada's New Export Brokering Regime(seulement disponible en anglais)

International Trade Bulletin

Juillet 2018
Surtax! What To Do Now(seulement disponible en anglais)

International Trade Bulletin

Juin 2018
Dent pour dent

Bulletin sur le commerce international

Juin 2017
Bois d'œuvre résineux : les faits

Bulletin sur le commerce international

Mars 2017
NAFTA – the sky is not falling – those are just thunder clouds(seulement disponible en anglais)

International Trade Bulletin

Janvier 2017
Free Trade Trumps Protectionism(seulement disponible en anglais)

International Trade Bulletin

Janvier 2017
Cleaning Up on Trade: Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Environment
(seulement disponible en anglais)

TerraLex Connections

Juillet 2016
IT is It!
Canada Removes Tariffs on High Tech Imports
(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Avril 2016
The M&A Maze:
Due Diligence and International Trade Law
(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Mars 2016
CLEANING UP ON TRADE
TPP and the Environment
(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Février 2016
The Persian Conversion: New rules for doing business in Iran(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Octobre 2015
TPP of the Iceberg(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Mars 2015
Finally! CBSA to Allow Duty Refund Claims on Downward Transfer or Sale Price Adjustments(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Mars 2014
The Long and Winding Road - Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement Signed(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Janvier 2014
Timber! $1 Billion China-BC Forestry MOU Signed(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Janvier 2014
Surprise! The Impact of Transfer Price Adjustments on Canadian Customs Valuation and Compliance(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Octobre 2013
The deal is done: Canada – EU trade deal signed(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Juillet 2013
COOL: United States not so cool for Canadian farmers(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Mai 2013
That's amore: New rules for mozzarella used in restaurant pizza(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Mai 2013
Russia's accession to the WTO – implications for Canada(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Mai 2013
The cloud with a silver lining: How to survive Canadian anti-dumping actions(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Mai 2013
Anti-dumping law in Canada(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Janvier 2013
Will tariffs increase on imported goods from certain countries? Canada reconsiders the general preferential tariff(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Août 2012
Important changes coming to Canadian food inspection agency's food inspection system(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Novembre 2011
Approaching the eleventh hour - Canada EU free trade negotiations update(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Trade Bulletin
Février 2010
Outfitter Plans to File Trade Grievance(seulement disponible en anglais)
Northern News Services
Automne 2009
Law Note - Court Rules on China as a Non-Market Economy(seulement disponible en anglais)
Lang Michener LLP InBrief Fall 2009
Avril 2008
Canada Tables Consumer Protection Legislation(seulement disponible en anglais)
Lang Michener International Trade Alert
2008
Canada's Export Controls: Think Before You Export(seulement disponible en anglais)
CanadaChina Business Council's publication "The Forum"
Février 2008
Canada's Bill C-43 Incorporates Hidden Advance Data Element Requirements(seulement disponible en anglais)
Trade Lawyers Blog
Hiver 2007
Zeroing
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Lang Michener International Trade Brief Winter 2007
Printemps 2007
Law Note - EU Seeks WTO Remedy on Canadian Wine and Beer
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Lang Michener InBrief Spring 2007
Printemps 2007
It's Now or Never for CITT Participation (seulement disponible en anglais)
Lang Michener International Trade Brief Spring 2007
Juin 2006
Canada-US Softwood Lumber Framework Agreement: At Loggerheads No More
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Toronto Law Journal
Mai 2006
Canada-U.S. Softwood Lumber Agreement Framework: What's in the Deal?(seulement disponible en anglais)
Lang Michener International Trade Alert
Printemps 2006
Will the Tribunal Sit on Furniture?(seulement disponible en anglais)
Lang Michener International Trade Brief Spring 2006
2006
China Trade: Surge Protection
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Canadian International Lawyer, Vol. 6. No. 3
Hiver 2006
The Flaw in the M&A Ointment: International Trade Law (seulement disponible en anglais)
Lang Michener InBrief Winter 2006
Automne 2005
Anti-dumping Developments: The Mark of Zero (seulement disponible en anglais)
Lang Michener International Trade Brief Fall 2005
1995
The Cloud with a Silver Living
(seulement disponible en anglais)
(translated) China Council for the Promotion of International Trade
15 Août 2017
What Could the NAFTA Renegotiations Mean for Your Business?
Canada Perspective
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Panel Discussion - Duane Morris, New York
10 Avril 2017
Trump's Implication on WTO and NAFTA; a discussion of the international trade implications of President Trump's policy proposals
(seulement disponible en anglais)
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
12 Avril 2016
Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later: the importance of due diligence on international trade issues in the mergers & acquisition process
(seulement disponible en anglais)
ABA Section of International Law, Spring 2016 Meeting, New York
23 Octobre 2015
The Intersection Between the Comprehensive Economic & Trade Agreement (CETA) and the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP): Lessons Learned
(seulement disponible en anglais)
American Bar Assocation 2015, Montreal, Quebec
23 Octobre 2014
Taming the Hydra; the Role of Corporate Counsel in Inter-jurisdictional Legal Issues
(seulement disponible en anglais)
ABA Section of International Law, Fall 2014 Meeting
25 Avril 2014
Open For Business: Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Joint OBA/ABA Program
18 Octobre 2013
Developments in Free Trade Agreements Between North America
(seulement disponible en anglais)
ABA Section of International Law, Fall 2013 Meeting
24 Septembre 2008
A Visit from the World Customs Organization
(seulement disponible en anglais)
ABA Section of International Law, Fall 2008 Meeting
Avril 2007
International Law – The Ten Minute International Trade Lawyer
(seulement disponible en anglais)
OBA
Avril 2007
Deal or No Deal, The Need for Due Diligence on International Trade Law Issues in the Mergers and Acquisitions Process
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Centre for International Legal Studies
Avril 2006
From Dollars to Doha-Nuts - Perspectives on the WTO
(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Law Section, Ontario Bar Association
Octobre 2005
Dancing With the Dragon - An Update on Critical Issues in Doing Business in China
(seulement disponible en anglais)
International Law Section, Ontario Bar Association
17 Décembre 2013
Who's Who Legal: Canada 2013 recognizes 21 McMillan lawyers(seulement disponible en anglais)
29 Août 2012
47 McMillan lawyers recognized in the 2013 Best Lawyers in Canada(seulement disponible en anglais)
5 Décembre 2011
Who's Who Legal: Canada 2011 recognizes 25 McMillan lawyers (seulement disponible en anglais)
3 Octobre 2011
50 McMillan Lawyers recognized in the 2012 Best Lawyers in Canada(seulement disponible en anglais)
18 Février 2011
McMillan Lawyers are well represented in the 2011 Chambers Global Directory(seulement disponible en anglais)