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Peter E. Kirby
Partner

Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

Peter Kirby’s practice focuses on international trade law and international arbitration. He assists companies, federal and provincial government agencies and state enterprises in trade disputes and in the interpretation and implementation of trade agreements (WTO, NAFTA and other bilateral and plurilateral agreements). Peter has represented complainants and respondents in over fifty anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations. He has acted for investors in several investor/state arbitrations under NAFTA Chapter Eleven and Bilateral Investment Treaties. His trade regulatory work includes customs law, export and import controls, economic sanctions, anti-corruption and food regulation. He is a frequent speaker in Canada and abroad on international trade issues. Peter is consistently recognized for his expertise in international trade law in the world’s leading legal publications. He was called to the Québec Bar in 1986, the Ontario Bar in 1987, the Massachusetts Bar in 1994 and the New York Bar in 1995.


Year Called to the Bar:1986 (QC); 1987 (ON); 1994 (Massachusetts); 1995 (New York)
800 Victoria Sq, Suite 3700, PO Box 242, The Stock Exchange Twr
Montréal, QC
Phone: (514) 397-4385
Fax: (514) 397-7600
E-mail: pkirby@fasken.com

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