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Michelle E. Booth

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Michelle Booth is a former associate of Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

The Private Competition Enforcement Review, 9th Edition

The Canada chapter of the 9th edition of The Private Competition Enforcement Review was authored by Affleck Greene McMurtry’s Competition Law team: Michael Osborne, Michael Binetti, Michelle Booth, David Vaillancourt, and Fiona Campbell. [more] Full article

The Private Competition Enforcement Review, 8th Edition

The Canada chapter of the 8th edition of The Private Competition Enforcement Review was authored by Affleck Greene McMurtry’s Competition Law team: Michael Osborne, Michael Binetti, Michelle Booth, David Vaillancourt, and Fiona Campbell. [more] Full article

Criminal Investigations and Cross Border Litigation Not A Bar to US Depositions

The Superior Court of Ontario recently granted an application for the enforcement of letters rogatory to take evidence of, and compel the production of documents by, two non- party Ontario residents in a consolidated multidistrict class action in the US. The Court held that the conditions for enforcement were met and, importantly, rejected the arguments of the Respondents to the application that permitting the examinations would violate the respondent’s rights against self-incrimination.... [more] Full article

Competition Law Review 2013

Review of major Canadian Competition Law developments over the past year, including: Top Stories, Criminal, Class Actions & Private Actions, Mergers, Reviewable Matters, Marketing Practices, Related Developments, The Long Arm of US Antitrust, Across the Pond [more] Full article

Computer Files in Plain View: A Common Sense Approach

The Court of Appeal, in R. v. Jones, has provided some clarity and guidance with respect to the permissible scope of the search of a computer which is seized under a valid search warrant, where such a warrant is authorized for the search of evidence in an unrelated crime. [more] Full article