"Goodmans catapults into contention", Global Competition Review
|Area||Competition, Antitrust and Foreign Investment|
Excerpt from the "Goodmans catapults into contention", from Global Competition Review:
Toronto-based Goodmans has delivered a surprise by securing one of Canada's leading competition officials. The announcement is seen as something of a coup, and confirms that an unsettled period is far from over, for Canada's competition bar.
Richard Annan is the "major case director and strategic policy adviser" at the Competition Bureau. He joins as head of competition law group. William Rosenfeld, a senior competition and securities lawyer at Goodmans, says: "We welcome Richard to add focus and breadth to our Competition Law practice.". Annan, 48, joined the bureau in 1982.