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Matthew Kronby specialises in cross-border compliance and dispute resolution under trade agreements, investment treaties and Canadian law. Before entering private practice, he led the government of Canada’s Trade Law Bureau, the office responsible for advising the government on investment treaty negotiations and compliance and defending Canada in investment treaty arbitrations. He was Canada’s chief legal counsel in the negotiation of trade and investment agreements, including the Canada–EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), and free trade agreements with Colombia, Peru and Singapore, and participated in the negotiation of other, stand-alone, bilateral investment treaties, including the Canada–China BIT. He has led and advised legal teams in numerous World Trade Organization disputes and investment arbitrations under the North American Free Trade Agreement, and continues to represent private-sector and government clients in trade and investment dispute settlement and treaty negotiations. Matthew teaches international arbitration as an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law. He is appointed to Canada’s rosters of panellists under the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement and CETA.
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