The Canadian Competition Tribunal dismisses the action based on alleged abuse of dominance against a non-profit corporation founded by a group of real estate practitioners (Toronto Real Estate Board)

Competition Tribunal Dismisses Abuse of Dominance Case Against The Toronto Real Estate Board* Here is an item on an important decision of Canada’s Competition Tribunal written by my partners George Addy, Sandra Forbes, John Bodrug and Jim Dinning. It is especially relevant for trade associations – Mark On April 15, 2013, the Canadian Competition Tribunal released its decision dismissing the Commissioner of Competition’s application against the Toronto Real Estate Board (“TREB”). The Commissioner had alleged that TREB had abused a dominant position in the market for residential real estate brokerage services by implementing rules that limit how its member brokers and agents can provide certain information to consumers over the Internet. Davies was counsel to an intervenor, The Canadian

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Mark C. Katz, The Canadian Competition Tribunal dismisses the action based on alleged abuse of dominance against a non-profit corporation founded by a group of real estate practitioners (Toronto Real Estate Board), 15 April 2013, e-Competitions April 2013, Art. N° 55086

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