Commonwealth Secretariat (London)

Gavin Murphy

Commonwealth Secretariat (London)
Legal Editor

Gavin Murphy is part-time legal editor of the Commonwealth Law Bulletin in London and former counsel to the International Joint Commission in Ottawa, Canada. He was previously full-time legal editor of the Commonwealth Law Bulletin and served as counsel with the Criminal Law Policy Section and International Development Group of the Department of Justice of Canada. He also worked at Canada’s Competition Bureau and the United Kingdom’s Office of Fair Trading. A graduate of Ottawa’s Carleton University and the University of Ottawa Law School, Gavin holds a Master of Laws in International and European Legal Studies from Durham University, England. Author of three books on the law, he has published numerous scholarly articles in law journals in Canada, England and Ukraine. Gavin has taught courses at law schools in Ottawa and Thunder Bay, Canada and is a frequent guest lecturer in Canada and Europe. He is also a deputy executive editor of the Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law.

Articles

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Gavin Murphy The Canadian Competition Bureau releases action plan on transparency

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Introduction Canada’s Competition Bureau (the “Bureau”), an independent law enforcement agency that assists the commissioner of competition in the administration and enforcement of the Competition Act, released its Action Plan on Transparency (the “Plan”) on 28 May 2013. According to the (...)

Gavin Murphy The EU Court of Justice dismisses an appeal and rules that in-house lawyers should not be permitted to appear before EU courts (Polish Electronic Communications Office)

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Introduction On 6 September 2012 the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) upheld an earlier decision of the General Court (formerly the Court of First Instance) in the Prezes Urzedu Komunikacji Elektronicznej case that in-house lawyers cannot represent their client companies before EU (...)

Gavin Murphy The Canadian Competition Bureau takes action against a Manitoba-based resort company selling time share vacation properties for alleged deceptive marketing practices (Elkhorn Ranch & Resort)

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Introduction Canada’s Competition Bureau (“Bureau”), an independent enforcement agency that assists the Commissioner of Competition (“Commissioner”) in protecting and promoting competition, announced on 23 November 2009 that Elkhorn Ranch & Resort Ltd (“Elkhorn”), a Manitoba-based company (...)

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