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Competition and Foreign Investment

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Osler’s Competition and Foreign Investment Group is uniquely qualified to assist Canadian, U.S. and international businesses with their most challenging and innovative initiatives.

Leveraging the deep expertise, exceptional insight and unparalleled experience of our team of seasoned professionals, clients can expect to receive the advice they need to take their transactions from inception through to completion while successfully navigating the relevant regulatory processes and the evolving Canadian competition environment. We also specialize in providing practical guidance to clients facing a Competition Bureau investigation or potential prosecution.


Key Contacts

Chair

Shuli Rodal

Partner, Competition/Antitrust and Foreign Investment
Chair, Diversity Committee, Toronto


Latest Insights

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  • Report Jun 28, 2024

    Formal market studies power and other procedural and remedial matters

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  • Report Jun 28, 2024

    The dramatic expansion of private enforcement of Canada’s competition laws

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  • Report Jun 28, 2024

    Deceptive marketing provisions continue to be enforcement priority

    Canada’s deceptive marketing practices regime has been the subject of incremental change since 2022 to strengthen the enforcement stance against decep...

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    Deceptive marketing provisions continue to be enforcement priority
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