New Partner

Tereposky & DeRose LLP is pleased to welcome Stephanie Desjardins to the firm’s partnership effective January 1, 2023.

Stephanie advises a wide range of clients in government procurement disputes, economic sanctions, industrial security, contract security, anti-dumping and countervailing duty proceedings, WTO dispute settlement and customs matters.

We wish her ongoing success as she continues her practice as a partner in the firm.

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Congratulations / Félicitations

Congratulations to Stephanie Desjardins who was elected as a member of the Board of Directors of the Réseau Francophone de Droit International (RFDI), and selected as Treasurer of the Bureau!

The RFDI is an association that gathers practitioners and academics specializing in international law, as well as members of the public sector and the judiciary. The mission of the RFDI is to promote francophone study and research in international law. It collaborates with academic institutions throughout the Francophonie.

Proud Sponsor!

Tereposky & DeRose is a proud sponsor of the 2021 Memorial Ride from Hamilton to Ottawa organized by the Toronto Professional Firefighter Celtic Society. Its purpose is to raise funds and awareness for the Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation to honour, remember and support the families of firefighters whose lives were lost in the line of… Continue reading Proud Sponsor!

Vince DeRose Appointed as Managing Partner

The partners of Tereposky & DeRose are pleased to announce the appointment of Vince DeRose as the firm’s inaugural Managing Partner. Vince is a  founding partner of the firm. Over the course of his 20-year career, Vince has represented government and private sector clients in high-stakes matters concerning public procurement, trade and investor-state dispute settlement… Continue reading Vince DeRose Appointed as Managing Partner


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Investor-State Dispute Settlement  Mexico Defeats Half a Billion ISDS Arbitration Claim Under NAFTA (19 June 2020) International Trade Canada’s Implementation of the Regulatory Infrastructure for the New North American Free Trade Agreement (USMCA/CUSMA/T-MEC) (18 June 2020) Farewell to the NAFTA and Welcome to the USMCA/CUSMA/T-MEC) (30 June 2020)   Tereposky & DeRose LLP_June-in-Review


Information Regarding COVID-19 COVID-19 UPDATE: Mandatory Closure of All Non-Essential Workplaces in Certain Provinces (24 March 2020) Combatting COVID-19 through Expedited Supply Contracts with Canada (23 March 2020) COVID-19 and Supply Chain Disruption (19 March 2020) International Trade 16 WTO Members Establish Multi-Party Interim Appeal Arbitration Arrangement (MPIA)-Standing Pool of 10 Appeal Arbitrators to be Established by June… Continue reading March-In-Review

COVID-19 UPDATE: Mandatory Closure of All Non-Essential Workplaces in Certain...

Yesterday afternoon, in an effort to further contain the spread of COVID-19, the Ontario and Quebec governments have ordered the mandatory closure of all no-essential workplaces effective as of tonight, March 24, at 11:59 p.m. In Ontario, this closure will be in effect for 14 days, with a possible extension as the situation evolves. In… Continue reading COVID-19 UPDATE: Mandatory Closure of All Non-Essential Workplaces in Certain…


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