Compliance and Risk Solutions

Compliance and
Risk Solutions

Compliance and Risk Solutions

Compliance and Risk Solutions

Gardiner Roberts LLP’s Compliance & Risk Solutions Group combines the expertise of lawyers in diverse areas to help our clients meet their regulatory and compliance needs. We assist our clients to strength their internal processes and controlling risk, using a three-stage approach: (1) Proactive Compliance, (2) Internal Investigations, and (3) Litigation. The Compliance & Risk Solutions team has extensive knowledge in regulatory risk management and our proactive approach to compliance and risk includes assistance and advice in the areas of Competition law, Merger and Acquisitions Review, Competition, Complaints, Advertising, Environmental prosecutions, Anti-corruption, Fraud, Health and Safety, and Corporate Governance, among others. Our group also assists with internal investigations triggered by internal audits or whistleblower information and we may serve as a monitor. Our litigation approach includes competition applications to the Tribunal or assisting with confidential complaints, commercial or class action litigation where compliance is a factor, defence and prosecution of quasi-criminal offences, administrative proceedings including penalty proceedings (AMPs), and acting as consultants on cases involving statutory and regulatory standards.

Kenneth Jull
Primary Contact

Kenneth Jull

Partner


T 416.865.2964

F 416.865.6636

E kjull@grllp.com

  • Baron et al v. Halton Region Conservation Authority, 2023 ONSC 5568
  • Halton Region Conservation Authority v. Thomas, 2023 ONSC 5404
  • Rudyk v. Halton Region Conservation Authority, [2022] O.J. No. 377
  • Counsel for HSC Holdings Inc. re purchase from Mercedes-Benz Canada Inc. (4411 NAL 2022-01)
  • Acted as co-counsel in the Supreme Court of Canada concerning the constitutional validity of administrative monetary penalties, Guindon v Canada, 2015 SCC 41
  • Counsel for a major telecommunications company assisting with ongoing compliance programs relating to telecommunications
  • Counsel in an internal investigations for a Canadian company concerning potential fraud and design systems to mitigate risk
  • Acted as counsel in a Superior Court Trial concerning commercial contracts and allegations of Securities Act oppression. The allegations for this part of the claim were dismissed. 
  • Canadian counsel in a global internal investigation concerning the Canadian Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act. The scope of this investigation included extensive witness interviews and document review, working with law enforcement including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and review of compliance procedures and risk assessment.
Kenneth Jull
Primary Contact

Kenneth Jull

Partner


T 416.865.2964

F 416.865.6636

E kjull@grllp.com