Randall Hofley: Randall is a former special counsel to the Commissioner of Competition and law clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada for (now) Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin. For over 25 years, he has been a trusted counsel for leading companies and trade associations operating in Canada, leveraging his public- and private-sector experience. Randall advises on all aspects of competition law, with a focus on contentious matters, before the Canadian Competition Tribunal and all levels of Canadian courts. Randall has worked on many of the most high-profile competition law matters, substantially influencing competition laws and policies as they apply to companies doing business in Canada. These matters include the first abuse of dominance case to reach the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada, the only Federal Court of Appeal decision to address the application of the Competition Act (the Act) to patents, the only case considering the (then) new price maintenance provisions of the Act, the only case considering the (then) new competitor collaboration provisions of the Act and the only appellate level decision in Canadian history on the compliance of agreements between purchasers of products with the criminal provisions of the Act.