Joshua Chad

McMillan (Toronto)
Lawyer (Associate)

Joshua Chad is an associate in the firm’s Competition and Antitrust Group. Mr. Chad practices in all areas of competition and antitrust, including merger review, cartels and price fixing defence, abuse of dominance and advertising matters. Mr. Chad’s recent notable merger cases include Novartis/GSK (oncology, vaccines and consumer health transactions), Vitran/Transforce, and Bertelsmann/Pearson (global book publishing joint venture). Mr. Chad joined McMillan as a summer student in 2011, returned to complete his articles in 2013, and was subsequently called to the bar in 2013. He received his JD at the University of Toronto. Before attending law school, Mr. Chad studied finance and obtained an Honours Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.

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McMillan (Toronto)

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James Musgrove, Joshua Chad The Ontario Superior Court of Justice holds the presumption that possession of documents, persons, or firms implies knowledge of their contents is unconstitutional in a criminal context (Marina Durward / Devon Group / Spearhead Management / TPG Technology Consulting)

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Canadian Cartel News – Volume 5 – One Place Where Possession is not Nine Tenths of the Law* Section 69(2) of the Competition Act provides that, by possessing documents, persons and firms are deemed to know their contents and to have done what the documents say was done. Particularly in the era (...)

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