FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TORONTO, September 2014 – Three members of Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP’s Competition & Regulatory Law team are serving as Vice-Chairs of committees of the National Competition Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association.
Michael I. Binetti, Partner, has been appointed Vice-Chair, Marketing Practices. David N. Vaillancourt, Associate, has been appointed Vice-Chair, Reviewable Matters/Unilateral Conduct. W. Michael G. Osborne, FCIArb, Partner, continues his position as Vice-Chair, CCLR (Canadian Competition Law Review).
The Competition Law Section is one of CBA’s most active. Committees prepare submissions to the Competition Bureau, the Minister of Industry and various parliamentary bodies on issues impacting business in Canada. Other key functions include organizing educational presentations, recommending programs for the Competition Law Section’s Annual Spring and Fall Conferences, and liaising with foreign and antitrust organizations.
“Our entire firm congratulates Michael Osborne, Michael Binetti and David Vaillancourt on contributing their knowledge and expertise in competition and regulatory law as members of the CBA’s National Competition Law section,” said AGM Managing Partner, Peter R. Greene.
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Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP is among the most recognized counsel firms in Ontario and is widely known for its expertise in complex litigation for all manner of commercial disputes, competition law matters and administrative proceedings. AGM’s competition law team is one of Canada’s leading competition law practices. We defend businesses and individuals facing Competition Bureau inquiries and criminal and administrative prosecutions in the court and the Competition Tribunal. We act for businesses involved in price fixing class actions and other private litigation. We prepare merger notifications. We also help businesses comply with the Competition Act by providing practical advice.