Nandini Pahari is an articling student at McMillan.

Nandini is an internationally trained lawyer and a National Committee of Accreditation (NCA) candidate. Before joining McMillan, Nandini worked as a Senior Associate with the anti-trust team at a Band 1 law firm in Chambers & Partners for India and Asia Pacific, and had previously worked with similarly ranked law firms in India. Overall, she holds an experience of six years in the fields of merger control, antitrust enforcement, competition advisory, compliance, due diligence and data protection and privacy.

Nandini holds a Masters in Competition Law from Queen Mary University of London and Bachelors in Business Administration and Law (equivalent to a JD in Canada) from India. She held important positions of responsibility during her academic career such as, the President of the post-graduate law society at Queen Mary and President of the Moot Court Committee and Recruitment Cell during her undergrad. She represented Queen Mary as a speaker at the Herbert Smith Freehills Competition Law Moot Court Competition in June 2016 that was held in collaboration with Kings College London, where her team was declared as first runners-up in the competition.

She worked at McMillan as a summer student prior to returning to the firm as an articling student.


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Plan for the Ban: What the Federal Court’s Decision ACTUALLY Means for Your Business – Your Questions Answered

The Court decision in Responsible Plastic Use Coalition v Canada struck down Canada's decision to add plastic manufactured items to the List of Toxic Substances

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Nov 21, 2023
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Secret Recordings Won’t Fly: BC Court of Appeal Rules on Surreptitious Recordings by Employees in the Workplace

This bulletin discusses a recent BC Court of Appeal decision where an employee was dismissed for cause for secretly recording workplace conversations.

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Nov 1, 2023
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Creditors May Invalidate Debtor Fraudulent Transfers Occurring Long Before Any Debtor-Creditor Relationship Established

A creditor may undo a transaction as a fraudulent conveyance even if it was not a creditor at the time the debtor made the transfer.

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Jun 20, 2023
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OPC Takes Firm Stance on Privacy in the Workplace: Takeaways for Employers

The OPC's Workplace Privacy Guidance discusses employee monitoring and workplace privacy matters, relevant for all employers, not just federal.

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Jun 7, 2023
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The Bureau Issues Final Enforcement Guidance on the New Criminal Prohibition on Wage-Fixing and No-Poaching Agreements

Providing insights on the Competition Bureau’s 2023 Guidelines describing the Bureau’s approach to wage-fixing and no-poaching agreements.

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Jun 5, 2023