Bennett Jones is an internationally recognised Canadian law firm founded and focused on principles of professional excellence, integrity, respect and independent thought. Our firm’s leadership position is reflected in the law we practise, the ground-breaking work we do, the client relationships we have, and the quality of our people.
Bennett Jones is home to more than 380 lawyers and business advisers in nine offices – Calgary, Toronto, Edmonton, Ottawa, Vancouver, Doha, Washington, DC, Bermuda and Beijing. Our professional practice encompasses virtually every sector of business, industry and government. Operating as an integrated unit across our geographic locations, our business practice is to assign lawyers to work on client files who have the skills and experience that best meet our clients’ needs.
Our ranks are filled with leaders in the fields of mergers and acquisitions, energy and natural resources, corporate finance and banking, bankruptcy and restructuring, commercial litigation, climate change, environment construction, technology and intellectual property, tax, competition, international trade and public policy. Among our group we count a former governor of the Bank of Canada, a former deputy prime minister of Canada, a former Supreme Court of Canada justice, a former ambassador to the World Trade Organization, two former Canadian ambassadors to the United States, and a former commissioner of the Canadian Competition Bureau.
Our competition and antitrust group is committed to providing every client with pre-eminent competition advice and representation. We bring to bear depth and experience developed while advising clients on the most complex domestic and international competition matters. We anticipate and respond to our clients’ needs in all aspects of competition and antitrust law. This includes the ability to steer clients through complex merger and foreign investment review processes or sensitive internal investigations of potential anticompetitive conduct, and extends to all aspects of antitrust enforcement and litigation.