GCR 100 - 10th Edition

McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Professional notice

No competition practice in Canada has grown at the rate of McCarthy Tétrault LLP, which this year poached star litigator and Who’s Who nominee Neil Finkelstein from rival Blakes, promoted associate Dominic Thérien to partner and added litigators Jill Yates and Doug Yoshida to the group. Combine that with its hiring of top-tier lawyers Randal T Hughes and Donald B Houston, from Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP two years ago, and the McCarthy team has become the practice to catch in Canada.

Anchored by Who’s Who nominees Hughes, Houston, Finkelstein, Yves Bériault, Madeleine Renaud and Oliver Borgers, the McCarthy Tétrault team has built on a strong merger practice and expanded to include national and international cartel work, as well as follow-on class actions and other litigation in all provinces in Canada.

Over the past year, the firm has helped guide Chrysler through its merger with Fiat, the Dow Chemical Company in its tie-up with Rohm and Haas, and SAP’s purchase of BusinessObjects, among a slew of other deals.

McCarthy Tétrault LLP

McCarthy Tétrault provides a broad range of legal services, advising on large and complex assignments for Canadian and international interests. Built on a unique model of collaboration, the firm provides unequalled legal talent, industry knowledge and practice experience, and delivers customized legal services to help clients achieve the results that are important to them.

With offices in Canada’s major commercial centres and in London, UK, McCarthy Tétrault delivers integrated services in business law, litigation, tax, real estate, and labour and employment law.

The firm’s lawyers work seamlessly across practice groups and regions, representing Canadian and international clients, including major public institutions, financial services organizations, mining companies, manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and other corporations.

For more than 150 years, McCarthy Tétrault has worked with all levels of government to develop the laws and regulations that have shaped — and continue to shape — the Canadian economy.

McCarthy Tétrault’s London office specializes in assisting clients with their transatlantic transactions, and is staffed with both English and Canadian-qualified lawyers. A charter member of the Canada-UK Chamber of Commerce, it is an integral part in the provision of the firm’s services in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

The National Competition/Antitrust Group advises on the competition and Investment Canada aspects of both private and public mergers and acquisitions, structuring deals, compliance of business practices with the criminal and reviewable provisions of the Competition Act and the development and implementation of compliance programs. The group has unsurpassed experience representing clients in proceedings before the Competition Tribunal, investigations by the Competition Bureau, criminal proceedings in the courts and civil (class) actions in competition law matters.



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777 Dunsmuir Street,
Vancouver, British Columbia,
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Calgary, Alberta,
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1150, rue de Claire-Fontaine, 7e étage,
Québec City, Québec,
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United Kingdom

McCarthy Tétrault, Registered Foreign Lawyers and Solicitors

125 Old Broad Street, 26th Floor,
London EC2N 1AR,
United Kingdom

E: [email protected]

Website: www.mccarthy.ca

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