79 Wellington St W, Suite 3000, Box 270, TD Ctr, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1996
Involved in many of Canada’s highest-profile competition and foreign investment transactions, investigations and reviews, Dany brings seasoned advice and a long history of experience advising on all aspects of competition law and its practical administration to clients in Canada and internationally, including in the developing area of competition policy in big tech and digital innovation. Dany is co-chair of the firm’s Competition and Foreign Investment Review Practice and advises international and domestic clients on all aspects of competition law and foreign investment matters, including in the area of national security reviews. Canadian and multinational clients rely on Dany’s advice on all aspects of competition law and foreign investment matters under the Investment Canada Act, including notably acting on the DuPont/Dow merger, the Supreme Court of Canada Tervita efficiencies case, the Interac case (Canadian bank payments system), GE/Honeywell and Rio Tinto/Alcan. Dany also advises clients in both the private and the public sectors on Middle East investment and capital market matters. He speaks both English and Arabic fluently.
The ADT Corp. acquired Reliance Protectron Inc. from Reliance Comfort Limited Partnership, a portfolio company of investment funds managed by Alinda Capital Partners, for an all-cash deal worth $555 million.