Financial Post honours Toronto lawyer Antonio Di Domenico as he rejoins Toronto office after a 2 year special appointment as counsel to the Canada’s competition commissioner.
Antonio Di Domenico is back at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin after a two-year special appointment as counsel to Canada’s Commissioner of Competition (Department of Justice Canada).
Di Domenico represented the Commissioner in respect of complaints and investigations, enforcement matters, merger reviews, major litigation and the negotiation of remedies and orders. One of his cases resulted in the regulator securing the first injunction the Competition Tribunal has ever issued in the context of a merger. Another involved the first contested deceptive marketing application under the CASL deceptive marketing provisions of the Competition Act. He also secured numerous production orders/subpoenas on behalf of the Commissioner and provided advice regarding enforcement guidelines and other policy matters.
Di Domenico is based in Fasken’s Toronto office, where he will serve as regional leader of the firm’s national antitrust/competition and marketing Group, and as a partner in the litigation, class action and white collar defence and investigations groups.