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Daphne Hooper

Daphne Hooper

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Daphne represents clients in a broad range of commercial matters and is a valued member of the firm’s competition law practice group. Her experience includes complex contractual disputes, multi-jurisdictional class actions, employment matters and professional negligence, including errors and omissions by brokers/dealers and lawyers.

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Bell to Reimburse Wireless Customers $11.82m

Bell has agreed to reimburse its customers who paid for “premium text messaging” up to $11.82 million. This is the latest and largest settlement reached by the Competition Bureau in its ... [more] Full article

Moose Knuckles “Made in Canada” parkas actually from Vietnam, Competition Bureau says

Moose Knuckles’ claim that its fur-trimmed parkas are “Made in Canada” is deceptive, the Competition Bureau claims in an application filed in the Competition Tribunal. The parkas, which retail for $595 ... [more] Full article

Bureau Remedies Allergan Acquisition

In a consent agreement reached with the Competition Bureau, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. has agreed to divest assets related to two pharmaceutical products in order to complete its acquisition of ... [more] Full article

Showa fined $13m for auto parts conspiracy

Japanese auto parts maker Showa Corporation has been fined $13 million after admitting to participating in an international conspiracy to rig bids for electronic power steering gears. Showa’s fine is the second largest ... [more] Full article

Bureau Moves Iron Mountain in Recall Acquisition

Iron Mountain Inc. agreed to divest assets and customer contracts in 6 of the 10 markets where its acquisition target, Recall Holdings, operates. Iron Mountain will divest assets in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton ... [more] Full article