Provided by Emrys Davis
Emrys is a litigator focusing on complex competition/antitrust issues and class actions. He helps clients comply with Canada’s competition laws and fights for them when they are alleged to have broken them. He regularly represents clients litigating mergers, responding to criminal and civil investigations, and defending alleged anti-competitive conduct. He acted as trial counsel to the Commissioner of Competition in his successful abuse of dominance application against the Toronto Real Estate Board in 2015 and represented Panasonic Corporation before the Supreme Court of Canada in December 2018.
Admitted to the Ontario bar, 2009.
Emrys was the 2018/2019 Chair of the Competition Litigation Committee of the Canadian Bar Association's Competition Law Section and writes frequently on competition/antitrust issues and class actions.
Emrys Davis acts for clients on a number of significant antitrust cases, including price-fixing class actions and abuse of dominance inquiries.
"Emrys Davis has an unrivalled ability in explaining both Canadian legal procedure and the substantive law in simple and understandable terms." "He is incredibly detailed and thorough, and will understand every nuance in a file."