Martin Masse provides advice to clients on a range of federal regulatory matters. His practice focuses on competition/antitrust law, international trade law and public procurement matters. He has advised clients on a variety of competition law matters, including merger controls and Investment Canada Act clearance for high-profile, contentious domestic and international mergers. Mr. Masse has represented clients in relation to criminal cartel and bid-rigging investigations, including obtaining immunity and leniency treatment from the Competition Bureau. He has assisted clients in relation to retail price maintenance and abuse of dominance investigations. He has also handled competition law-related civil class action matters. In international trade matters, Mr. Masse is recognized as a Canadian leader in the field. He has represented clients in anti-dumping and subsidy matters before the Canada Border Services Agency and the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT). He regularly advises on trade treaty compliance and counsels clients in relation to export controls, economic sanctions and customs issues. He has counselled both bidders and procuring bodies in relation to important public procurement processes, including for large-scale light rail and infrastructure projects.