Katherine L. Kay

Stikeman Elliott (Toronto)
Lawyer (Partner)

Katherine Kay is a partner with the litigation and competition departments of Stikeman Elliott LLP, based in the Toronto office and litigating cases throughout Canada. Katherine is known as a dynamic and highly effective courtroom advocate with a razor-sharp strategic approach. She is a first call for “bet the farm” litigation and investigations. Katherine’s practice concentrates on complex commercial litigation, often involving the interplay between regulatory, civil and criminal law regimes across multiple jurisdictions, with particular subject matter expertise in the areas of competition, product liability, class action defence, international law, corruption and other white collar matters. She has been described by Chambers Global as “virtually insurmountable in the area of competition litigation” and by Global Competition Review as “arguably the best competition litigator Canada has to offer.” Katherine was named Canadian Competition Litigator of the Year by Benchmark Litigation, and is recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada; Lexpert Guide to the Leading US/Canada Cross-border Litigation Lawyers in Canada; Chambers Global and Chambers Canada; among others. She has served on the firm’s partnership board, executive committee and Toronto management committee.

Linked authors

Hogan Lovells (Brussels)
Eshel, Ashlagi, Rozent Law Offices (Tel Aviv)
Hogan Lovells (Washington)
Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu (Tokyo)
Eshel, Ashlagi, Rozent Law Offices (Tel Aviv)
Hogan Lovells (Washington)
Hogan Lovells (Brussels)

Articles

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Christopher Thomas, Daniel E. Shulak, Gal Rozent, Gianni de Stefano, Katherine L. Kay, Kathryn Hellings, Raz Agranat, Yoshitoshi Imoto Extradition and antitrust law: Businessmen involved in global cartels extradited to foreign countries

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As more jurisdictions criminalise cartel conduct and increase cooperation with other enforcement regimes, the threat of extradition in global cartel cases is becoming more and more real. The successful extraditions, directly or indirectly related to cartel charges, so far have involved five (...)

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