McMillan Welcomes Leading Competition Lawyer 

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October 5, 2020

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McMillan LLP is pleased to announce that Joshua Krane has joined its Competition/Antitrust Group on October 1, 2020 as a partner in the Toronto office.

Joshua comes to McMillan from another national firm, and brings a practice that involves all aspects of competition and foreign investment law, as well as other regulatory matters. Joshua represents Canadian and international companies in the technology, telecommunications, entertainment, energy, agriculture and consumer products sectors, and advises on complex business matters.

“Joshua’s insight into the workings of government, expertise in competition law and foreign investment, and practical business-friendly approach, bring tremendous value to our firm and our clients,” said James Musgrove, co-chair of McMillan’s Competition/Antitrust Group.

Joshua provides guidance on pricing, marketing and contracting practices, and advises clients on relationship management with customers, suppliers and other market participants.

Assisting clients with internal investigations, Joshua also represents them before government agencies and in enforcement proceedings. Drawing on significant experience in the public sector, Joshua is known for success in dealing with government officials and clearing regulatory hurdles to facilitate the completion of strategic transactions.

“I’m proud to be joining one of the country’s leading competition practices and working with the many talented McMillan lawyers across the country,” said Joshua.

Co-author of Investment Canada Act: Commentary and Annotation, Joshua is sought out as an authority on foreign investment issues, including national security reviews. He is recognized as a future leader in competition law by Who’s Who Legal.

“Joshua is one of the rising stars in the competition bar,” said Neil Campbell, co-chair of McMillan’s Competition/Antitrust and International Trade groups. “We are excited that he is helping us to further expand and deepen our competition practice.”