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W. Michael G. Osborne

W. Michael G. Osborne

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Michael is a respected and practised litigator who acts for and advises parties in a wide range of competition matters, a variety of commercial disputes, including contractual disputes, shareholders' disputes, commercial fraud, and employment matters, and also in administrative law and constitutional issues. Michael has been admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK). Michael is a frequent contributor to newsletters published by the ABA's Anti-trust Section, The Litigator and often quoted by The Financial Post, The Lawyer's Weekly, Lexpert Magazine and other publications of interest to the legal community.

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Chocolate Prosecution Melts

The Public Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC) has stayed the prosecution of Mars Canada Inc., and several others who were  accused of participating in a conspiracy to fix the price ... [more] Full article

Competition Act does not regulate lifeguards at pools

During the hot summer months, Torontonians head for the swimming pools to cool down. But conflicts can occur. Sajjad Asghar claims that lifeguards at the North York Aquatic Centre in ... [more] Full article

Not out of hot water: Direct Energy’s exit does not end abuse case

The exit of a respondent in an abuse of dominance case does not mean the case cannot continue, the Competition Tribunal held recently. In 2012, the Commissioner of Competition launched ... [more] Full article

SNC-Lavalin charged with foreign corruption offences

Canadian engineering and construction giant SNC-Lavalin has been charged by the RCMP with paying bribes of nearly $48 million to Libyan government officials and defrauding Libya of nearly $130 million. ... [more] Full article

Efficiencies Save Landfill Merger, Supreme Court rules

A landfill merger that gave the buyer a monopoly and would prevent prices from falling was saved by efficiencies amounting to one-half of one person’s annual salary, the Supreme Court ... [more] Full article

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