Fundamentals of Canadian Competition Law

An invaluable reference tool, Fundamentals of Canadian Competition Law, Fourth Edition helps the non-specialist understand the basic issues in Canadian competition law, and explains complex issues for those with an interest in a particular area of competition law.

It provides summaries of applicable statutory provisions plus jurisprudence, guidelines and policy statements. Topics include:

  • Introduction and Overview: The Purpose of Canadian Competition Law
  • Criminal Conspiracy
  • Mergers
  • Abuse of Dominance
  • Price Maintenance
  • Exclusive Dealing, Tied Selling, Market Restriction, and Related Reviewable Practices
  • Misleading advertising and marketing practices
  • Private Competition Act Litigation
  • Private Applications to the Competition Tribunal
  • Foreign Investment Review
  • Competition Tribunal Procedure

Jointly published by the CBA Competition Law and Foreign Investment Review Section and Thomson Reuters, and edited by James Musgrove, a new edition was released in winter 2022.

CBA members can exclusively access the book online for free. Printed copies are available for purchase from the Thomson Reuters store

Special offer: Sign-up for the 2022 CBA Competition Law Spring Online Symposium and add a discounted printed copy of the book. One printed textbook per registrant may be purchased using this offer while supplies last. Learn more and register now!