Denes practices all aspects of Canadian antitrust/competition law, foreign investment law and advertising and marketing law. He is a trusted strategic advisor to clients on critical antitrust matters including merger clearance, cartels, all aspects of competition compliance and foreign investment review, including national security reviews of acquisitions by state-owned enterprises and in critical sectors, and reviews of the acquisitions of cultural businesses. He also litigates class action claims, often in multi-jurisdictional cases, against clients relating to alleged violations of the cartel and misleading advertising provisions of the Competition Act, and also litigates and provides advice on various other regulatory matters.
Ontario Bar, 2009. JD, Washington College of Law at American University, 2008. LLB, University of Ottawa, 2008.
Member, Law Society of Ontario. Member, American Bar Association. Member, Ontario Bar Association. Chair, Food and Agriculture Committee, American Bar Association's Antitrust Law Section.
Denes is on the Board of Directors of Kef Toronto, a Jewish community non-profit. He is also on the National Board of Directors of the Public Affairs Association of Canada, acting as its Advocacy Chair.