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Eliot N. Kolers

Stikeman Elliott LLP

Eliot N. Kolers, Stikeman Elliott LLP

Eliot Kolers is Head of the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Group and a member of the Management Committee in the Toronto office. His practice concentrates on corporate commercial litigation, competition litigation and securities litigation. He has represented clients in a wide range of complex cases, including many “real time” litigation matters in relation to contested corporate transactions. Eliot has defended class actions involving competition law, securities and privacy issues, and has represented clients in a broad range of commercial cases involving oppression remedies, proxy contests, takeover bids, shareholder disputes, plans of arrangement and corporate governance matters. He regularly appears before the Commercial List of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Eliot’s competition litigation experience relates to class actions, criminal matters and contested proceedings before the Competition Tribunal. His competition law cases have involved allegations of anti-competitive conduct concerning the manufacture and sale of various products, among them automotive parts, DRAM computer chips, liquid crystal display panels and polyurethane foam, as well as allegations of anti-competitive conduct in the airline industry.

Year Called to the Bar:1996 (ON)
199 Bay St, Suite 5300, Commerce Court West
Toronto, ON
Phone: (416) 869-5637
Fax: (416) 947-0866
E-mail: [email protected]

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