:Competition and Antitrust 2006
Mark A A Warner
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Mark A A Warner is counsel in Fasken Martineau DuMoulin's antitrust/competition and marketing, biotech, and pharma practice groups, and is based in Toronto, with an adjunct office in London, England. He is a member of the Bars of New York and Ontario.
Mark's experience includes advising on merger notification and review, cartel investigations, distribution agreements and compliance programmes for firms in the pharmaceutical, petro-chemicals and transportation sectors.
Before joining Fasken Martineau, he specialized in competition and trade matters in international law firms in Washington, DC, New York, and Brussels. From 1996 to 2000, he was a legal counsel in the OECD advising members and emerging market non-members on competition law and trade issues for WTO negotiations. Mark has also advised governments in Africa, Asia, South America, eastern and central Europe and central Asia on designing and implementing competition and trade laws.
He has taught competition and trade law courses at: the University of Leiden (Netherlands), the World Trade Institute (Switzerland), the International Institute for Management in Telecommunications (Switzerland), the University of Western Cape (South Africa), and the International Law Institute (Uganda).
Mark previously served for two years as chair of the ABA Antitrust Section's International Competition Law Committee, vice-chair of the Section's Economics Committee and chair of an influential Section Working Group on EC Enforcement Policy with respect to Vertical Restraints.
Mark is co-author of the leading Canadian trade law treatise with a former Canadian minister of foreign affairs. He has also published several chapters in books, and his publications include articles on competition, trade, and investment law and policy in: Antitrust, World Competition, International Trade Law and Regulation, the American Journal of International Law, Law & Policy in International Business, the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, the Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business, the Brooklyn Journal of International Law, the Canadian Business Law Journal and in The Legal Times.
Mark has a BA (Hons) from McGill University, an MA in economics from the University of Toronto, an LLB from Osgoode Hall Law School and an LLM from Georgetown University Law Center.
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