TORONTO (September 23, 2004) LAWFUEL – Best law news, attorneys, law firm, law awards, legal research — Katherine Kay, a partner with Stikeman Elliott LLP, has recently been named one of the world’s Top 100 Women in Antitrust by Global Competition Review. The survey celebrates women whose outstanding achievement in the antitrust field is inspiring and informing the next generation.
“This recognition by one of the world’s most respected antitrust journals reflects Katherine’s commitment to and achievements in the practice area, as well as the high calibre of work being done by the Competition Group across the firm,” said Ed Waitzer, Chair of Stikeman Elliott LLP.
Katherine is a partner in the firm’s Competition/Antitrust and Litigation practices, and regularly acts for clients in regulatory and criminal proceedings arising from competition and securities investigations, as well as in class actions and other complex commercial litigation. She is recognized by LEXPERT, the Canadian Legal directory, as a leading practitioner in the areas of Competition Litigation and Class Action Litigation.
Stikeman Elliott LLP’s Competition/Antitrust Group is widely recognized as a market leader. Chambers Global once again ranked the practice among the best in Canada in The World’s Leading Lawyers 2004.
About Stikeman Elliott LLP
With more than 400 lawyers, Stikeman Elliott LLP is nationally and internationally recognized as one of Canada’s leading business law practices. The firm provides clients with seamless legal service in all areas of business law, most notably M&A, corporate finance and securities, competition/antitrust, banking, tax and litigation. Domestically, the firm has offices in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa. Globally, the firm extends to New York, London, Sydney and Hong Kong.