Jason Gudofsky is a partner practising in the areas of competition & foreign investment law at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP. Advises clients on all aspects of competition law, including mergers, strategic alliances/joint ventures, unilateral conduct, cartel investigations and compliance. Regularly navigates clients through Canadian Competition Bureau investigations. Has been involved in the negotiation of complex remedies and orders with the Competition Bureau and before the Competition Tribunal. Has an active foreign investment review practice, representing clients, including a number of state-owned-enterprises, under the Investment Canada Act. Previously practised antitrust law in Brussels at a major international law firm. Also recognized by Chambers Canada 2017; The Best Lawyers in Canada 2017; The Legal 500 Canada 2017; Chambers Global 2016; Who's Who Legal: Competition 2016 and Who's Who Legal: Canada 2016. Significant matters: IOL’s divestiture of its Canadian gasoline retail business; ChemChina/Syngenta; Suncor/Canadian Oil Sands; Johnson Electric/Stackpole; Continental/Veyance; Air Canada/United (TBJV); CNOOC/Nexen; Marine Harvest/Grieg; Sinopec/Daylight Energy; J&J/Synthes; Continental/United; Sinopec/ConocoPhillips (Syncrude); and Suncor/Petro-Canada.