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Jeffrey has extensive experience providing legal advice in the context of large, complex, multi-party negotiations, as well as within international trade, competition law and investment law. His practice focuses in these areas, with particular emphasis in the following:
state-to-state negotiations and dispute settlement
domestic trade laws and economic and trade sanctions
all manner of issues arising under the Competition Act
Jeffrey’s practice also extends to other areas of international trade law and Investment, such as:
international employee transfers
in-bound and out-bound foreign investment
Japan-related business transactions
Additionally, Jeffrey also has a robust corporate law practice.
Extensive experience in advising clients engaged in or affected by large complex multi-party international and domestic negotiations, particularly trade negotiations, including NAFTA, the WTO, the Canada-EU CETA, the AIT, the CFTA, the TILMA and the NWPTA.
Significant involvement in complex state-to-state trade disputes, including those under NAFTA, the WTO, the AIT, the TILMA and the NWPTA.
Experience in all areas of Canadian domestic law applicable to the trade of goods, services and technology, including trade remedies, customs laws, economic and trade sanctions, and foreign anti-corruption laws.
Experience providing trade policy advice to governmental clients respecting their international and domestic obligations.
Extensive experience in providing advice in all areas of Canada’s Competition Act, including, in particular, pre-merger notification and merger clearance.
Extensive experience in the areas of foreign investment into Canada, including advice relating to the Investment Canada Act and all manner of international law concerning foreign investment.
Extensive experience in all immigration-related aspects of international employee and executive movements.
Active in all manner of government relations-related activities at the provincial and federal levels.