Provided by Joshua Krane
Joshua Krane is a leader of the Competition, Antitrust & Foreign Investment and the Advertising & Marketing groups at McMillan. He advises companies in the agricultural, aviation, consumer products, energy, fashion, technology and telecommunications industries, collaborating with clients’ legal and executive teams to address complex business issues. Josh has been at the forefront of merger cases having been involved in many of the highest profile and most complex Canadian transactions over the last decade. Companies call on Josh for his practical guidance on pricing, contracting practices and joint ventures. Josh frequently represents clients in disputes before the courts, the Competition Bureau, Transport Canada, Ad Standards Canada and the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). Josh successfully resolved a high-profile dispute with the Bureau in a digital marketing case, including, as a first, obtaining the Bureau’s agreement not to extend the remedy to websites outside of Canada.
Joshua Krane is an up-and-coming competition lawyer based in McMillan's Toronto office. He has a strong track record of securing Competition Bureau approval for mergers in an array of sectors, including technology and retail.
"Joshua is very experienced and has a good relationship with the Competition Bureau." "Josh has impressive commercial instincts - his advice was consistently strategic, actionable and grounded in the realities of our organisation. He navigated a range of complex legal issues, absorbed a significant amount of technical and operational information and crafted persuasive arguments."