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Paul S. Crampton was appointed to the Federal Court on November 26, 2009 and sworn-in on January 14, 2010. Prior to joining the Federal Court, he was a partner in the Competition Law Group at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, Toronto, Canada from 2004 to 2009. His practice focused on international mergers and cartels. He also counselled clients on a broad range of trade practices. He is a Past Chair of The Canadian Chamber of Commerce's Task Force on Competition Law and Policy; a former member of the International Chamber of Commerce's Working Party on International Competition Law Convergence; a former member of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council's Competition Principles Working Group; and a past Chair of committees of the Competition Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association and the Section of International Law and Practice of the American Bar Association. He also is the author of Mergers and the Competition Act, a leading text on the merger provisions of the Competition Act; Competition Law Co-editor, Canadian Business Law Journal; a former member of the editorial board of Competition Law of Canada (Juris Publishing, Inc., Loose Leaf Service); a former Canadian editor of FTC: Watch; and author of numerous articles published in domestic and international journals. He has spoken extensively on competition law throughout North America, the Pacific Rim countries and Europe. Between 1987 and 1991, he held various positions within the Competition Bureau, including Special Advisor to the Commissioner of Competition (formerly the Director of Investigation and Research). In that capacity, his duties included being the principal drafter of the Bureau's 1991 Merger Enforcement Guidelines, and participating in the development of other Bureau policy statements, such as the Price Discrimination Enforcement Guidelines and the Predatory Pricing Enforcement Guidelines. He coordinated the Competition Law course in York University's LL.M Programme in International Trade and Competition law (1997-1998), and was the principal lecturer of competition law courses at University of Ottawa Law School (1988-1990), and University of Toronto Law School (1992).
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