David Kent is a partner in the firm's Litigation, Competition/Antitrust and Intellectual Property Groups. He is the national co-Chair of the firm's Dispute Resolution and Class Action practices. David's practice emphasizes complex litigation involving competition, intellectual property, commercial, regulatory and securities and governance disputes in a wide variety of industries. He has extensive experience in domestic, international and cross-border cartels, conspiracies and class actions. David has been defence counsel in some of the largest Canadian criminal cartel prosecutions and in many of the major Canadian civil cartel cases including Vitamins, Linerboard, Copper Futures, Rubber Chemicals, Computer Components (including DRAM, SRAM, Flash, and LCD and CRT Monitors, E-Books, Credit Cards and Auto Parts). His class action experience arises from over 60 Canadian cases and includes precedent setting decisions on a wide range of issues including securities law, cartel jurisdiction, cross-border discovery and class action certification and settlement. David has also advised Canadian, US and international broadcasters, cable networks and online music and social media services on copyright issues for over 30 years, including issues arising from the use of music on the internet.
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