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Jaime Auron

Jaime Auron

Associate, Competition/Antitrust & Foreign Investment

Contact Information

tel: 416.862.6710



Bar Admission

Ontario (2015)

  • University of Cambridge, M.C.L. (Masters of Corporate Law) (First Class Honours)
  • Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D.
  • University of Toronto, h.B.A. (With Distinction)

Jaime is an associate in Osler’s Competition and Foreign Investment Group. Jaime’s practice covers all areas of competition/antitrust and foreign investment. Jaime has advised international and Canadian clients on various competition law matters, and has been involved in a number of significant mergers across diverse industries, including agrichemicals, telecommunications and energy. Jaime also advises foreign purchasers and Canadian vendors under the Investment Canada Act, including in relation to national security issues.

Jaime graduated with First Class Honours from the Masters of Corporate Law programme at the University of Cambridge. Prior to this, Jaime graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School (J.D.) and the University of Toronto (h.B.A.). Prior to joining Osler, Jaime worked in management and strategy consulting.

  • Ventas, Inc.

    Ventas in its proposed acquisition of a high quality Canadian seniors housing portfolio in partnership with Le Groupe Maurice

  • Concert Infrastructure Ltd

    Concert Infrastructure Purchase of Majority Interest in Iqaluit Airport

  • Intelex Technologies

    Intelex in its $570 million acquisition by Industrial Scientific

  • SemCAMS Midstream ULC

    SemCAMS Midstream in its $1.3 billion agreement with Keyera to build Canadian Liquids Pipeline System.

  • Morgan Stanley

    Morgan Stanley in its proposed acquisition of Solium Capital for $1.1 billion

  • Pipestone Oil Corp.

    Pipestone Oil Corp. in its strategic merger with Blackbird Energy Inc. and $309.5 million in equity and debt financings to form Pipestone Energy Corp.

  • SemCAMS

    SemGroup in its $1.8 billion joint venture with KKR including acquisition of Meritage Midstream from Riverstone

  • Husky Energy Inc.

    Husky Energy Inc. in its proposed acquisition of MEG Energy Corp. for $6.4 billion

  • Panavision Inc.

    Panavision Inc. in its acquisition by Saban Capital Acquisition Corp and combination with Sim to form Panavision Holdings

  • Aspenleaf Energy Limited

    Aspenleaf Energy Limited in its acquisition of NEP Canada ULC

  • Intercontinental Exchange Inc.

    Intercontinental Exchange Inc. in the acquisition of NGX and Shorcan Brokers from TMX Group.

  • TPG Capital LP

    TPG Capital LP in its proposed acquisition of Transplace Inc.

  • SmartREIT

    SmartREIT and Strathallen Acquisitions Inc. in the acquisition of all of the assets and liabilities of OneREIT for $1.1 billion

  • Stryker Corporation

    Stryker Corporation in its acquisition of NOVADAQ Technologies Inc.

  • Nutreco Canada Inc.

    Nutreco in its acquisition of Hi-Pro Feeds

  • China National Chemical Corporation

    ChemChina in connection with its US$43 billion acquisition of Syngenta AG.

  • Veresen Inc.

    Veresen Inc. in its $9.7 billion arrangement agreement with Pembina Pipeline Corporation

  • Chevron Canada Limited

    Chevron Canada Limited in connection with the sale of a subsidiary that owns a Canadian downstream fuel business to Parkland Fuel Corporation for approximately $1.46 billion

    • Procera Networks Inc., an affiliate of Francisco Partners, in the $562 million acquisition of TSX-listed network policy control solutions company Sandvine Corporation by way of plan of arrangement in Ontario.
    • The Carlyle Group with regard to Canadian aspects of its acquisition of Arctic Glacier Group Holdings, Inc. from H.I.G. Capital.
    • ChemChina in connection with its proposed US$43 billion acquisition of Syngenta AG.
    • GROWMARK, Inc. in connection with the proposed acquisition by 1105433 Ontario, Inc. of the 50% interest in UPI Inc. held by Suncor Energy Products Inc.
    • TELUS Corporation in connection with its proposed acquisition of Manitoba assets from Bell upon closing of the Bell-MTS transaction.
    • Hydro One Inc. in connection with its agreement to acquire Great Lakes Transmission LP for $222 million in cash and the assumption of $151 million of indebtedness.
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  • First Class Graduate Award Recipient (Darwin College, University of Cambridge)
  • Winner of the 2010-2011 ABA Client Counseling Competition (Osgoode Hall Law School) 

  • Boost Child Abuse Prevention & Intervention, Pro-Bono Law Student 

  • Canadian Bar Association, National Competition Law Section
  • Law Society of Upper Canada