Joshua Hollenberg

Associate

Joshua Hollenberg

Joshua Hollenberg

Associate

Bar Admissions
  • Ontario, 2020

Joshua is developing a broad practice in competition law.

He has assisted on a range of transactions, including lending, mergers, acquisitions and cartel investigations. Joshua has worked with clients in a range of industries, including mining, healthcare, cannabis and financial services.

Before joining Davies, he worked as a lobbyist as well as on provincial and federal political campaigns.

Joshua Hollenberg

Associate

Joshua is developing a broad practice in competition law.

He has assisted on a range of transactions, including lending, mergers, acquisitions and cartel investigations. Joshua has worked with clients in a range of industries, including mining, healthcare, cannabis and financial services.

Before joining Davies, he worked as a lobbyist as well as on provincial and federal political campaigns.

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National Tire Distributors

Acted for National Tire Distributors, the Canadian subsidiary of American Tire Distributors, in its sale to Groupe Touchette Inc.

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Birch Hill Equity Partners

Acted for Birch Hill Equity Partners in its joint acquisition (and related financing) with Investissement Québec of Québec-based Polycor Inc., the largest quarrier of natural stone in the world.

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Arcline Investment Management

Acted as Canadian counsel to Fairbanks Morse Defense, a portfolio company of Arcline Investment Management, in its acquisition of Hunt Valve Company, Inc.

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DigitalBridge

Acted for DigitalBridge, the global digital infrastructure investment platform of Colony Capital, Inc., in connection with the sale of the Canadian data centres and the associated colocation business of one of its portfolio companies, Aptum Technologies, to eStruxture Data Centers Inc.

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Hillrom

Acting as Canadian competition counsel to Hillrom, a global medical technology leader, in its proposed US$10.5-billion sale to Baxter International Inc., a leading global medical products company.

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Shaw Communications Inc.

Acting for Shaw Communications Inc. in the acquisition by Rogers Communications Inc. of all of Shaw's issued and outstanding Class A and Class B shares in a transaction valued at approximately $26 billion, including debt, representing a significant premium for Shaw's shareholders.

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Equinoxe Virtual Clinic Corp.

Acted for Equinoxe Virtual Clinic Corp., a leading Canadian virtual care provider, in the sale of all of its issued and outstanding shares to Right-Health Inc., a subsidiary of TELUS Corporation and the owner and operator of the Akira virtual care platform.

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Round One: Canada Takes a Big Swing At Its Competition Act, with More to Come

Oct. 28, 2022 - In this article originally published in the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Magazine Online, Alysha Manji-Knight and Joshua Hollenberg outline significant recent amendments to Canada’s Competition Act, including expanded abuse of dominance provisions, a new private right of...

Speaking Engagement
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Canadian Bar Association, Competition Law Fall Conference, “Closing Plenary: The Great Debates”; Ottawa, ON; Oct. 20 & 21

Oct. 21, 2022

Bulletin
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Federal Government Enacts Significant Amendments to Canada’s Competition Act

June 24, 2022 - Significant amendments to Canada’s Competition Act (Act) were enacted on June 23, 2022, with the passing of the federal government’s 2022 budget implementation legislation. The amendments foreshadow more aggressive Competition Bureau (Bureau) enforcement of the Act, especially regarding...

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Canada Proposes Significant Amendments to the Competition Act

Apr. 29, 2022 - Earlier this week, the Canadian government introduced the Budget Implementation Act, 2022, No. 1 (Bill) to enact measures announced in its April 7, 2022 budget (Budget). The Budget foreshadowed that the Bill would contain amendments to the Competition Act (Act) that are...

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China Mobile Case Illustrates Breadth of Canada’s National Security Review Regime

Dec. 20, 2021 - After operating in Canada for five years, China Mobile International (Canada) Inc. (CMI) was ordered by the Canadian government in August 2021 to shut down or divest its Canadian operations because of national security concerns. CMI has applied for judicial review of the government’s decision and...

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The Digital Markets and Competition Enforcement Guide, Canada chapter, co-author

Dec. 07, 2021 - Global Competition Review, First Edition (Law Business Research)
Download the article.

Bulletin
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Where Things Stand: Update on the Digital Charter Implementation Act, 2020

Dec. 22, 2020 - In our November 20 privacy update, we flagged key elements of Bill C-11, the Digital Charter Implementation Act, 2020, a bill that was introduced on November 17, 2020 by the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry Navdeep Bains. Bill C-11 had one day of debate on second reading, on...

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Early Warnings: Canada’s Regulators Issue Warning Letters to Mobile App Companies

Dec. 18, 2020 - In late November, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) and the Competition Bureau (Bureau) announced the issuance of 36 warning letters to various mobile app companies in Canada. The letters are reported to...

Bar Admissions
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Ontario, 2020

Education
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University of Western Ontario, JD, 2019
Ivey School of Business, MBA (with Distinction), 2019
Harvard University, BA, 2010

Community Involvement
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Canadian Bar Association, Competition Law Fall Conference, “Closing Plenary: The Great Debates”

Joshua is developing a broad practice in competition law.

He has assisted on a range of transactions, including lending, mergers, acquisitions and cartel investigations. Joshua has worked with clients in a range of industries, including mining, healthcare, cannabis and financial services.

Before joining Davies, he worked as a lobbyist as well as on provincial and federal political campaigns.

National Tire Distributors

Acted for National Tire Distributors, the Canadian subsidiary of American Tire Distributors, in its sale to Groupe Touchette Inc.

Birch Hill Equity Partners

Acted for Birch Hill Equity Partners in its joint acquisition (and related financing) with Investissement Québec of Québec-based Polycor Inc., the largest quarrier of natural stone in the world.

Arcline Investment Management

Acted as Canadian counsel to Fairbanks Morse Defense, a portfolio company of Arcline Investment Management, in its acquisition of Hunt Valve Company, Inc.

DigitalBridge

Acted for DigitalBridge, the global digital infrastructure investment platform of Colony Capital, Inc., in connection with the sale of the Canadian data centres and the associated colocation business of one of its portfolio companies, Aptum Technologies, to eStruxture Data Centers Inc.

Hillrom

Acting as Canadian competition counsel to Hillrom, a global medical technology leader, in its proposed US$10.5-billion sale to Baxter International Inc., a leading global medical products company.

Shaw Communications Inc.

Acting for Shaw Communications Inc. in the acquisition by Rogers Communications Inc. of all of Shaw's issued and outstanding Class A and Class B shares in a transaction valued at approximately $26 billion, including debt, representing a significant premium for Shaw's shareholders.

Equinoxe Virtual Clinic Corp.

Acted for Equinoxe Virtual Clinic Corp., a leading Canadian virtual care provider, in the sale of all of its issued and outstanding shares to Right-Health Inc., a subsidiary of TELUS Corporation and the owner and operator of the Akira virtual care platform.

Article

Round One: Canada Takes a Big Swing At Its Competition Act, with More to Come

Oct. 28, 2022 - In this article originally published in the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Magazine Online, Alysha Manji-Knight and Joshua Hollenberg outline significant recent amendments to Canada’s Competition Act, including expanded abuse of dominance provisions, a new private right of...

Speaking Engagement

Canadian Bar Association, Competition Law Fall Conference, “Closing Plenary: The Great Debates”; Ottawa, ON; Oct. 20 & 21

Oct. 21, 2022

Bulletin

Federal Government Enacts Significant Amendments to Canada’s Competition Act

June 24, 2022 - Significant amendments to Canada’s Competition Act (Act) were enacted on June 23, 2022, with the passing of the federal government’s 2022 budget implementation legislation. The amendments foreshadow more aggressive Competition Bureau (Bureau) enforcement of the Act, especially regarding...

Bulletin

Canada Proposes Significant Amendments to the Competition Act

Apr. 29, 2022 - Earlier this week, the Canadian government introduced the Budget Implementation Act, 2022, No. 1 (Bill) to enact measures announced in its April 7, 2022 budget (Budget). The Budget foreshadowed that the Bill would contain amendments to the Competition Act (Act) that are...

Article

The Digital Markets and Competition Enforcement Guide, Canada chapter, co-author

Dec. 07, 2021 - Global Competition Review, First Edition (Law Business Research)
Download the article.

Bulletin

Where Things Stand: Update on the Digital Charter Implementation Act, 2020

Dec. 22, 2020 - In our November 20 privacy update, we flagged key elements of Bill C-11, the Digital Charter Implementation Act, 2020, a bill that was introduced on November 17, 2020 by the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry Navdeep Bains. Bill C-11 had one day of debate on second reading, on...

Bar Admissions

Ontario, 2020

Education

University of Western Ontario, JD, 2019
Ivey School of Business, MBA (with Distinction), 2019
Harvard University, BA, 2010

Community Involvement

Canadian Bar Association, Competition Law Fall Conference, “Closing Plenary: The Great Debates”