Best Lawyers awards McMillan the distinction of Competition and Antitrust "Law Firm of the Year" in Canada for 2024. This striking recognition confirms that businesses who are leading in their industries can rely on McMillan for responsiveness and the top legal expertise they need to stay ahead.
The "Law Firm of the Year" award recognizes a single top firm for its work in a specific legal practice area (nationwide). Awards are determined based on a handful of factors, including lawyer ballot feedback, the firm's coverage and scope in this practice area, historical analysis of the firm's "Lawyer of the Year" awards, and the firm's reputation as an expert in this area.
McMillan's clients across Canada and internationally benefit from access to the best talent for their legal needs, including highly skilled practitioners in all five major commercial centres. "If you want to invest in Canada, compete in Canada or trade with Canada, McMillan's exceptional competition, trade and anti-trust lawyers provide real-time business solutions that will help you succeed," says Tim Murphy, CEO "We are incredibly grateful to international and Canadian businesses for entrusting us with their most complex, challenging and important work."
Lawyers who have been individually recognized for Competition/Antitrust in the 2024 edition of Best Lawyers include:
- Neil Campbell, Toronto
- David Kent, Toronto
- Joshua Krane, Toronto
- James Musgrove, Toronto
- Guy Pinsonnault, Ottawa
- Beth Riley, Calgary
- François Tougas, Vancouver
- Éric Vallières, Montréal
McMillan's Competition, Antitrust & Foreign Investment Group has an impressive roster of talent. In an increasingly complex regulatory and business environment, our lawyers offer top-notch expertise and have credibility with the Canadian Competition Bureau and are also active in national and international organizations. With a deep understanding of competition and antitrust law, our lawyers help clients remain in compliance and to assess all options in the case of investigation or prosecution. We have litigated some of the most significant matters and have the resources to handle cross-border elements. Further, our firm leads public policy advocacy to influence competition law.