Our lawyers’ experience dates back to the implementation of the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement in 1989, the policy discussions that led to the initiation of the trilateral negotiations for the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement and elements of the Uruguay Round of negotiations leading to the 1995 World Trade Organization Agreements, including in the areas of agriculture, anti-dumping and subsidies, and trade-related investment measures. Our lawyers’ experience includes acting as counsel to Mexico during the NAFTA negotiations. We have advised clients on every regional trade agreement negotiated by Canada since the NAFTA entered into force. We are currently very actively involved in a comprehensive legal analysis of the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, including its domestic implementation into the federal and provincial statutes, regulations, and policies.
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