Denes Rothschild is a partner in the Toronto office of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. Denes practises competition, marketing and foreign investment law. Denes' practice includes advice on proposed mergers, competition compliance and criminal cartel matters. He also litigates class action claims against clients relating to alleged collusion, and advises on foreign investment review, advertising and marketing law. Denes recently advised on all competition aspects of the largest retail merger in Canadian history, the acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart by Loblaw, and is acting on one of the only two active abuse of dominance cases before the Competition Tribunal.
Making use of his dual Canadian and American law degrees, Denes regularly collaborates with attorneys in other jurisdictions to ensure consistent and outstanding representation for his large multinational clients.
Prior to joining BLG, Denes articled and practised with a national firm's Ottawa office, specializing in commercial litigation, international trade and investment law. Denes recently spent a year seconded as corporate counsel to one of the world's largest information technology corporations.