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Huy Do

Huy A. Do

Partner Fasken
Innovation will have a large impact on competition, creating both great opportunities and significant threats.
Jurisdiction Ontario, 1998
Language(s) English, Vietnamese
Office(s) Toronto

Huy Do is the Co-Leader of the firm’s Antitrust/Competition & Marketing group. His practice focuses on anti-trust/competition, marketing and foreign investment law.

Seconded to the Competition Bureau in 2002, Huy offers clients extensive experience with the merger notification and review process, as well as an comprehensive understanding of the civil and criminal provisions of the Competition Act. During his time with the Bureau, Huy was involved in the investigation and prosecution of hard-core cartels and other anti-competitive conduct. Back in private practice, Huy  provides competition law advice on mergers, reviewable practices and criminal matters under the Competition Act.  Huy also has extensive  experience advising foreign clients, including state-owned enterprises, on Canadian foreign investment law (Investment Canada Act).

A recognized expert in his field, Huy serves as a Non-Governmental Advisor to the Interional Competition Network, a network of antitrust/competition law enforcement agencies from around the world.  Huy is ranked in Chambers Global, Chambers CanadaPLC Which Lawyer?, Who’s Who Legal, Canadian Lexpert, Lega; 500 Canada and Best Lawyers in Canada for his competition/anti-trust practice.



  • LLM, International Business Law London School of Economics and Political Science
  • LLB Osgoode Hall Law School at York University

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
    • Member, CBA's Competition Law Section
    • Chair, CBA Competition Law Section's Criminal Matters Committee
    • Vice Chair of the Competition Law Section 2016-2017
    • Chair, CBA Competition Law Spring Forum 2015
    • Secretary and Treasurer, CBA Competition Law Section 2015-2016 
  • Member, Ontario Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association - Antitrust Section
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