Davit Akman is the Chair of the Competition and Foreign Investment Group at Cassels Brock and Blackwell LLP. He advises leading domestic and international clients on all aspects of Canadian competition and foreign investment review law. Davit has served as counsel in a number of Canada’s most important competition matters, including the seminal Canadian abuse of dominance case and the largest cartel case in Canadian competition enforcement history. He is the author of the “Privacy and Competition Law” chapter in Managing Privacy in a Connected World (LexisNexis 2020). Davit is consistently recognized as a leading Canadian competition lawyer, including by Chambers, Who’s Who Legal, Global Competition Review and Lexpert. Davit clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for Justice Louise Arbour.