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The American Bar Association interviews Huy Do in a podcast on the key differences between US and Canadian Antitrust Laws

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“What Changes Across the Northern Border? Five Key Differences Between US and Canadian Antitrust Law” ourcuriousamalgame.com, The American Bar Association

The American Bar Association interviews Toronto lawyer Huy do in a podcast on the key differences between US and Canadian Antitrust laws.

Just across our Northern Border lies over 500,000 square miles of Arctic tundra and a very robust antitrust regime equipped to weather the varied challenges facing antitrust practitioners today. But what are the difference with the U.S. antitrust laws and enforcement regime? Huy Do, Partner at Fasken and Chair of the Competition Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association, walks us through five key differences between U.S. and Canadian antitrust law and jurisprudence. Listen to this episode if you want to learn more about the nuances in practicing cross-border North American competition law.

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