Global Competition Review 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.
Di Domenico, 37, returned as a partner in the firm’s litigation, class action and white-collar defence and investigations group, and will be its antitrust leader in the Toronto region.
“I know that my firm is committed to public service, and was delighted to be afforded the opportunity to serve,” Di Domenico said.
“When you work for the commissioner, you are practising virtually all areas of competition,” he added. “My time at the bureau allowed me to better understand the bureau’s perspective, and therefore provide better service to my clients.”