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Julie Rosenthal quoted in "Vancouver airport decision clarifies law on evidence and costs, lawyers say", PaRR
December-04-2019

Julie Rosenthal at Lessons from VAA: Competition Issues Involving Vertical Unilateral Conduct
November-21-2019

Julie Rosenthal quoted in "Competition Bureau loses abuse case against airport authority", Global Competition Review
October-18-2019

Julie Rosenthal quoted in "Why parent companies may soon be unable to claim immunity from their subsidiary's liabilities", Financial Post
June-25-2019

Julie Rosenthal at the CBA Competition Law Spring Conference
May-07-2019

Amalia Berg, Dino Clarizio, Richard Corley, Richard Naiberg and Julie Rosenthal at Cleantech North's 2019 Spring Meeting
April-18-2019

Recent Developments in Canadian Procurement Law and Practice
February-26-2019

Julie Rosenthal and David Rosner at the CBA Competition Law Fall Conference
September-27-2018

Julie Rosenthal quoted in "Bureau offers guidance on efficiencies analysis", Law Times
September-17-2018

Julie Rosenthal quoted in "Clarification over document privilege welcome move", Law Times
March-26-2018

Julie Rosenthal and Calvin S. Goldman quoted in "Vancouver airport ruling could boost 'procedural fairness' before Canadian Competition Tribunal - lawyers", PaRR
March-09-2018

Ben Zarnett and Julie Rosenthal represent successful intervener in important Supreme Court of Canada case regarding solicitor-client privilege
July-17-2008

Goodmans Announces New Partners, January 2008
January-01-2008

Goodmans' litigators Ben Zarnett and Julie Rosenthal score victory at Supreme Court of Canada
January-01-2008

Julie Rosenthal

Partner

jrosenthal@goodmans.ca vCard
Bay Adelaide Centre - West Tower
333 Bay Street, Suite 3400
Toronto, ON M5H 2S7

Tel:   416.597.4259
Fax:   416.979.1234

Julie Rosenthal is a partner in the Litigation, Class Actions and Competition Law Groups at Goodmans.

Julie has extensive experience in complex commercial disputes, competition law, regulatory/administrative law proceedings, procurement law, white collar crime, internal investigations, as well as domestic and international arbitrations. She has appeared on multiple occasions before the Supreme Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal, the Federal Court and all levels of court in Ontario.

Before joining Goodmans in 1998, Julie clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for Justice Frank Iacobucci.

REPRESENTATIVE WORK

Julie’s representative work includes acting for:

  • Vancouver Airport Authority as lead counsel in defence of an application brought by the Commissioner of Competition before the Competition Tribunal, seeking orders pursuant to section 79 of the Competition Act, as well as on a successful appeal to the Federal Court of Appeal, which resulted in a fundamental change to the law of privilege in the competition law context
  • Atlantic Lottery Corporation as lead counsel on an appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada in respect of an order certifying a class action relating to video lottery terminals
  • Uber Canada Inc. (and related companies) as lead counsel in various matters, including the successful defence of an application in which the City of Toronto attempted to shut down Uber’s operations in Toronto, and including the defence of a class action alleging an unlawful conspiracy contrary to section 45 of the Competition Act
  • a Canadian professional sports team as lead counsel in a proceeding seeking injunctive relief before the Court of Arbitration for Sport
  • Apotex Inc. in respect of a number of judicial review proceedings against the federal Minister of Health under the Food and Drug Regulations relating to an “Import Ban” imposed on certain products
  • Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation in respect of procurements relating to its modernization of gaming in Ontario
  • the Ad Hoc Committee of Noteholders of Sino-Forest Corporation before the Ontario Court of Appeal in a matter involving the interpretation of provisions of the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act
  • Bell Media Inc. on a reference to the Supreme Court of Canada opposite Canada’s largest cable companies
  • one of eight co-accused in R. v. JTI Macdonald, et al., one of the largest criminal fraud prosecutions in Canadian history
  • a major Canadian mining company as co-lead counsel in an international arbitration relating to alleged breaches of a private placement agreement
Education University of Toronto (LL.B., 1996)
University of Toronto (B.A., English, 1992)
Professional Affiliations

Law Society of Ontario
The Advocates’ Society
Canadian Bar Association
American Bar Association
Women’s White Collar Defense Association