Subrata Bhattacharjee is a partner at Borden Ladner Gervais’ Toronto office and national vice chair of the Competition and Foreign Investment Review Group. He has consistently been recognized as one of Canada’s leading competition/antitrust lawyers in international and domestic peer review surveys. Subrata focuses his practice on all aspects of competition/antitrust law, foreign investment law and regulatory litigation, including quasi-criminal and constitutional matters. He has defended clients in major international and domestic cartel investigations, cleared major mergers in virtually all industry sectors, and provided advice on other contentious and compliance matters under the Canadian Competition Act. Subrata carries on an extensive foreign investment practice, and has advised non-Canadian investors (including state owned enterprises) on Canadian foreign investment issues under the Investment Canada Act and other federal policies/legislation including as relevant to state owned enterprises. He has appeared as counsel in all levels of court in the Province of Ontario, the Federal Court and the Supreme Court of Canada. Subrata is actively involved in the firm’s international business practice with particular emphasis on East Asia. He also provides high level advice on government relations, regulatory strategy and policy issues to global and domestic clients. He is routinely cited as an expert in Canadian competition/antitrust in major international and domestic business publications, including the Financial Times, Bloomberg, Globe and Mail and National Post. Subrata has been an invited participant in programs organized by the World Economic Forum, World Knowledge Forum, Asia Pacific Economic Council and International Competition Network, where he has served as a non-governmental advisor since 2009, and has actively participated in numerous ICN annual conferences and workshops. Subrata sits as a director on the boards of Netflix Canada and the Canada China Business Council.
Subrata Bhattacharjee, Ian Simmons, and Hill Wellford give their thoughts about how Asian countries apply antitrust laws and what impact this may have on U.S. antitrust lawyers.
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