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Dentons lawyers named in Who’s Who Legal Thought Leaders: Global Elite 2019 guide
Dentons is proud to congratulate six of our lawyers who have been recognised by Who’s Who Legal in its Thought Leaders: Global Elite 2019 guide.
With all the changes and announcements in 2018, our Eurozone Hub has collated the following supervisory outlook for 2019 as a non-exhaustive “Playbook” for Banking Union Supervised Institutions and other regulated market participants already based in or otherwise relocating to the EU and/or the Eurozone.
Canada Federal Budget 2019
In the wake of the release of the much-anticipated 2019 Federal Budget, members of Dentons’ Tax group, together with a team at Wolters Kluwer, have prepared a Special Report which provides a detailed analysis and concise summary of the changes featured in the Budget.
Global tax guide to doing business in... 2019
Our Global tax guide to doing business in… highlights the complexities of corporate tax systems in 28 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Australia and Europe.
US Policy Scan 2019
In Policy Scan 2019, Dentons' US Public Policy team's annual analysis of the legislative and political landscape, we take a close look at the issues, questions and conflicts that will dominate the dialogue on Capitol Hill and in the White House over the coming year.
Starting your career as a student at Dentons exposes you to a world of experience and opportunities
With 175 locations in 78 countries, Dentons is home to top-tier talent that is found at the intersection of geography, industry knowledge and substantive legal experience. Working with Dentons, you will have the opportunity to learn from the best lawyers in the industry at the largest law firm in the world.
The Legal 500 EMEA 2019 recognizes over 130 Dentons lawyers
The 2019 edition of The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East and Africa has recognized 133 Dentons lawyers, of which 89 have been included in the elite “Leading Lawyers” list, while 44 are listed as “Next Generation Lawyers”.
Dentons launches Market Insights publication: “Digital Transformation and the Digital Consumer”
Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, has launched a new Market Insights publication entitled “Digital Transformation and the Digital Consumer”, which examines the legal implications of the online economy.
Dentons ranks across 68 tables securing 109 individual and 43 practice rankings in Chambers USA
Global law firm Dentons earned 109 individual and 43 practice rankings - a 20% increase over last year - in the most recent edition of Chamber USA.
Paul Lalonde joined Dentons Canada LLP’s Toronto office in 2014 as a Partner. He focuses on government contracting law, international trade, anti-corruption and international arbitration. Mr. Lalonde is one of Canada’s leading experts on government procurement. He has represented clients in numerous government contracting disputes, including before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, the Federal Court of Canada and provincial tribunals. His expertise encompasses anti-dumping and countervail investigations, customs, import and export controls, international sanctions, anti-corruption compliance and investigations and international business. He regularly advises clients on Canada’s international investment commitments, including Chapter 11 of the North American Free Trade Agreement, and has played a key role in some of Canada’s highest profile trade disputes including those on softwood lumber, steel and agricultural products.
Mr. Lalonde has the distinction of being one of the few practitioners listed as a leader in international trade law in Lexpert, Chambers Global, the Legal Post and the Guide to the World's Leading Lawyers (Legal Media Group / Euromoney Institutional Investor), as well as in the areas of International Trade and Finance Law and Public Procurement law in The Best Lawyers in Canada (Woodward/White) and in Chambers Global. He is ranked as one of Canada’s pre-eminent lawyers in the procurement law field and has been selected to appear in the premiere edition of the International Who’s Who of Public Procurement Lawyers and is listed in the Who’s Who Legal: Canada 2012 and 2013 as a, “ true specialist” in Public Procurement. He was also named Corporate INTL Magazine's 2011 Public Procurement Lawyer of the Year in Canada. In 2012, he was named Toronto Lawyer of the Year in International Trade and Finance Law by The Best Lawyers in Canada (Woodward/White). Mr. Lalonde has been recognized by The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory in international trade relations and is listed in the 2013 Lexpert Guide to the Leading US/Canada Cross-border Litigation Lawyers in Canada.
Since 2010, he has been an advisor for the Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) project of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council.
In 2001, Mr. Lalonde was nominated to become a Roster Panellist under the Agreement on Internal Trade and, in July 2002 and June 2004, was appointed panellist on the fourth and fifth dispute resolution panels created under this Agreement. Paul is also a listed arbitrator on the ICDR Canada Panel of Arbitrators. He has been a guest professor in international trade law at the University of Ottawa, has lectured at Osgoode Hall Law School and Queen’s University and is a frequent speaker at conferences in his areas of expertise. A contributing editor of North American Corporate Lawyer and the Government Purchasing Guide, Mr. Lalonde has published several articles in his areas of interest and is a sought-after media commentator in his areas of expertise.
Mr. Lalonde has held numerous leadership positions in the Bar, including as Co-chair of the International Bar Association North American Forum, Chair of the Canadian Bar Association, National Section on International Law and of the International Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association, and Chair of the International Procurement Committee of the American Bar Association International Law Section. Mr. Lalonde has been named a Trustee of the International Bar Association Foundation and is also a founding member of the Canadian Bar Association Joint Committee on Anti-corruption and Chair of the Legal Committee of Transparency International - Canada. Mr. Lalonde has been nominated to a number of industry advisory committees and corporate boards, including TVOntario, TFO, la télévision éducative et culturelle de l’Ontario français, and was former Secretary and Legal Counsel of I.E. Canada, the Canadian Association of Importers and Exporters.