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A. Neil Campbell

McMillan LLP

A. Neil Campbell, McMillan LLP

Neil Campbell is the Co-Chair of McMillan's Competition and International Trade Groups and a partner in the Energy Group. His competition law experience includes over 300 merger clearances under the Competition Act and/or the Investment Canada Act, including the Ultramar/Coastal and American Iron and Metal/SNF cases before the Competition Tribunal, as well as the Novartis/Alcon, Coca-Cola/CCE and Québecor/Transcontinental consent agreements; over 25 major cartel cases and related class actions, including optical disc drives, vitamins, air cargo, chocolate confectionery, auto parts, foreign exchange; and major abuse of dominance and other unilateral conduct investigations and proceedings, including UCDA v. IBC and Paradise Pharmacy v. Novartis. Neil's trade law practice includes anti-dumping and subsidy proceedings, NAFTA and WTO matters, export/import controls and trade sanctions, foreign corrupt practises, investor-state disputes, and lobbying on trade policy issues. Neil was named as one of the top 20 competition lawyers in the world by Who’s Who Legal in 2014, received Global Competition Review’s Dealmaker of the Year Award in 2016, and was appointed to the NAFTA Chapter 19 dispute panel roster in 2018.

Year Called to the Bar:1991 (ON)
181 Bay St, Suite 4400, Brookfield Pl, Bay Wellington Twr
Toronto, ON
Phone: (416) 865-7025
Fax: (416) 865-7048
E-mail: [email protected]

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Mentioned in Lexpert Publications

  • Feb 14, 2019
    This was a year in which lawyers superbly exercised the art of negotiation…and opened a new frontier…and set out to build a bridge
  • Jun 09, 2017
    New developments emphasize the Canadian government’s interest in easing the way for foreign investors.
  • Dec 03, 2014
    The Competition Bureau has changed its approach and this is getting positive reviews from the business community in Canada
  • Mar 01, 2014
    Will new leadership at the Competition Bureau mean a different approach to enforcement?