James Musgrove

McMillan (Toronto)

James practices in the areas of competition, antitrust, foreign investment and marketing law. He advises on antitrust, distribution, and competition law matters, mergers, cartels, investment review, foreign corrupt practices and misleading advertising amongst other issues. He makes regular representations and submissions to the Competition Bureau. He has experience in a wide variety of industries, including financial institutions, oil and gas, telecommunications. broadcasting, consumer products, retail, automotive, amongst others. He was called to the Ontario bar in 1986 and holds a LLB degree from the University of Toronto, and BA (Early Modern History & Economics) from the University of Toronto, Trinity College, BA.

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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)


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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