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Michael Binetti

Michael Binetti

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Michael Binetti, a partner of the firm, brings a proven litigation background plus extensive experience in arguing both trials and appeals. He has demonstrated his strategic legal capability and expertise in wide-ranging areas of litigation. Michael’s peers and clients have commented that Michael is an “excellent and creative lawyer,” “finds unique solutions to complex problems,” and that “Michael gets it and knows how to win.”

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Two’s Company; Three’s A Crowd – Competition Tribunal Okays Vancouver Airport Authority’s Ability to Limit Number of In-Flight Caterers

The Canadian Competition Tribunal released a summary of its decision in The Commissioner of Competition v. Vancouver Airport Authority where it dismissed an application brought by the Commissioner of Competition ... [more] Full article

Nothing wrong with cutting number of Toronto City Councillors during election campaign: Court of Appeal

In a 3-2 decision, the Court of Appeal for Ontario in Toronto (City) v. Ontario (Attorney General) held that the Province of Ontario’s decision to reduce the number of Toronto ... [more] Full article

Competition Bureau Seeks Intel on Anti-Competitive Conduct in the Digital Economy

Canada’s Competition Bureau has put out a call for information on alleged anti-competitive conduct in the digital economy. The Bureau wants to know about strategies that firms may use to hinder ... [more] Full article

Not Disclosing Additional Fees Triggers $4.5 Million Fine for Ticketmaster

Ticketmaster L.L.C., TNow Entertainment Group, Inc. and Ticketmaster Canada LP have settled the lawsuit brought by the Canadian Competition Bureau that alleged that Ticketmaster’s advertised prices were deceptive because consumers ... [more] Full article

Open Courts Principle Trumps Speculative Concerns Over Physical Harm

In the case of Donovan v. The Estate of Bernard Sherman et al., Ontario’s Court of Appeal held that the principle that court records must be accessible to the public ... [more] Full article