Mark Warner Interviewed on BNN about Canada’s Interests in the Conclusion of the TPP Negotiations

Mark Warner Interviewed on BNN about Canada’s Interests in the Conclusion of the TPP Negotiations

VIDEO Mark Warner interviewed on BNN about Canada’s interests in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade negotiations as they head towards a conclusion. (July 28, 2015) Mr. Warner was Legal Director of the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development & Trade participated in the Canada-European Union Trade Agreement (CETA) negotiations. Mr. Warner has advised governments on trade policy and trade negotiations and previously worked on trade and competition issues as counsel in the OECD Trade Directorate.

Mark Warner Interviewed by BNN about U.S. Investigation into Possible Collusion Among U.S. Airlines

VIDEOMark Warner interviewed on BNN about the U.S. Justice Department’s Civil Investigative Demand to four U.S. airlines concerning allegations of price and capacity collusion by them in response to a complaint by Connecticut Senator Bill Blumenthal. (July 2, 2015) The named airlines were: American, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines. The complaint by Senator Blumenthal also referenced Air Canada. Mark Warner is a Canadian and U.S. competition / antitrust lawyer who has counselled companies and individuals on cartel investigations, merger notifications and abuse of dominance cases in the airline and airport services industries in Canada, the U.S., the EU. and emerging markets.


			

MARK WARNER INTERVIEWED ON CFRB / NEWSTALK 1010 ABOUT THE U.S. INVESTIGATION OF POSSIBLE AIRLINE COLLUSION

Mark Warner interviewed on CFRB Newstalk 1010 about the U.S. Justice Department’s Civil Investigative Demand to four U.S. airlines concerning allegations of price and capacity collusion by them in response to a complaint by Connecticut Senator Bill Blumenthal. The named airlines were: American, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines. The complaint by Senator Blumenthal also referenced Air Canada. (July 2, 2015) [Listen from 7:02 to 9:44]

Mark Warner is a Canadian and U.S. competition / antitrust lawyer who has counselled companies and individuals on cartel investigations, merger notifications and abuse of dominance cases in the airline and airport services industries in Canada, the U.S., the EU. and emerging markets.

Mark Warner Celebrates Magna Carta with American Bar Foundation Fellows in London

CHfrNxWWsAAkHBDMark Warner was elected a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation earlier this year. The Fellows is limited to one percent of the lawyers admitted to practice in each jurisdiction in the United States and to a small number of international lawyers. (Seen here with with former American Bar Foundation President and 6th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Hon. Bernice Donald, June 14, 2015.)

Mark Warner Attends FTC Workshop on Competition & Consumer Protection Issues in the Sharing Economy

Mark Warner attends FTC Workshop on Competition & Consumer Protection Issues in the Sharing Economy. (June 9, 2015). As a former Acting Legal Director for the Ontario Ministry of Consumer Services, Mark was responsible for prosecutions under the provincial consumer protection laws and regulations. Mark’s experience with online technologies and e-commerce includes: participating in OECD-wide policy work on laws and regulations affecting e-commerce, acting as a Chair, ICC Competition Commission Working Party on E-Commerce and Competition Policy and serving as an appointed ICANN domain name dispute resolution arbitrator for eResolution and WIPO.

Mark Warner Quoted in Global Competition Review Article About Bid-Rigging Guilty Plea in Canada

Mark Warner quoted in a Global Competition Review article about bid-rigging guilty plea in Canada in wake of a recent high-profile trial loss for the Canadian Competition Bureau in a similar case of rigging bids for the provision of information services to Canadian government agencies.

Mark Warner Interviewed About Canada’s WTO Win in U.S. Meat Labelling (COOL) Case

VIDEO Mark Warner was interviewed on BNN about Canada’s WTO Appellate Body win in U.S. Country of Origin Meat Labelling (COOL) Requirements dispute. (May 19, 2015)

Mark Warner Interviewed about NAFTA, Banking, Canadian Government Bonds and the “Volcker Rule”

VIDEO Mark Warner Interviewed about NAFTA, Banking, Canadian Government Bonds and the “Volcker Rule” on BNN in the wake of comments by Canadian Minister of Finance Joe Oliver that the Volcker Rule violates NAFTA and the U.S. Treasury Department’s response. (May 19, 2015)

Mark Warner Speaks on Competition, Trade & Investment Issues Affecting the Pharmaceutical Industry at Rutgers School of Law

Mark Warner speaks on Competition, Trade & Investment Issues Affecting the Pharmaceutical Industry at Rutgers School of Law. (April 9, 2015) Mark will discuss the Canadian Competition Bureau’s approach to patent litigation settlement agreements, Eli Lilly’s NAFTA Investor-State challenge to Canada’s Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) regime, pharmaceutical issues in the Canada-European Union Trade Agreement (CETA) and Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)negotiations and an upcoming Canadian Supreme Court hearing on compensation to generic manufactures following failed patent litigation by brands. As a former Legal Director of the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development & Trade and Ministry of Research & Innovation, Mark participated in the CETA negotiations, including with respect to IPR and pharmaceutical issues.

Mark Warner Discusses Competition, Corruption and Corporate Governance at Seminar in São Paulo, Brazil

Mark Warner discusses Competition, Corruption and Corporate Governance at Seminar at the Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) School of Business Administration (EAESP) in São Paulo on April 6, 2016. The seminar will discuss the ongoing investigation of Brazil’s state petroleum company, Petrobras which has now implicated more than a dozen multi-national construction companies for alleged bid-rigging. Mark will draw parallels with the ongoing prosecution of SNC-Lavalin relating to allegations of fraud and corruption in connection with alleged bribes to foreign public officials and for alleged fraud relating to construction of the Great Man Made River Project in Libya and the prosecution of former executives of SNC-Lavalin relating to alleged bribes of SNC-Lavalin paid for a contract to build a hospital in Montreal.

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