Mr. Jull is a partner in the Compliance and Investigations Practice Group. Mr. Jull is the co-author of Regulatory and Corporate Liability: From Due Diligence to Risk Management which is used as a textbook in his courses taught at both the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law and Osgoode Hall Law School. A recent addition to this text is a chapter on the “Canadian Corruption of Foreign Officials Act: Mandatory Risk Assessment”.
Mr. Jull conducts internal investigations and litigates disputes which have a compliance component. As part of risk management, Mr. Jull provides advice to organizations with respect to a due diligence matrix for compliance. Mr. Jull is listed in the Who's Who Legal Investigations 2015.
Representative Legal Matters
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- Acted as co-counsel in the Supreme Court of Canada concerning the constitutional validity of administrative monetary penalties (December 2014).
- Counsel for a major telecommunications company assisting with ongoing compliance programs relating to telecommunications.
- Retained to review Compliance Codes by a Canadian mining company.
- Counsel in an internal investigations for a Canadian company concerning potential fraud and design systems to mitigate risk, 2014.
- Acted as counsel in a Superior Court Trial, November 2014, concerning commercial contracts and allegations of Securities Act oppression (continuing into 2015).
- 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, 2012-2013.
- Revised Codes of Conduct relating to compliance with the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act.
- Obtained an injuction preventing construction of a bridge in a floodplain on behalf of Halton Region Conservation Authority, 2014.
- Representing Halton Region Conservation Authority in a successful appeal concerning the removal of an illegal structure in a hazard zone (Justice Cooper's Reasons were delivered November 19, 2012, leave to Court of Appeal granted November 26, 2013).
- Counsel for a major telecommunications company in the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal (2011) dealing with Canadian ownership and control.
- Osgoode Professional Development Part-Time LLM Teaching Award, June 2009
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Legal Committee of Transparency International, Canada - Member
- Regulatory Boards and Administrative Law Litigation Journal - Contributing Editor
- Canadian Association of Law Teachers - Member
- Toronto Lawyers Association - Member
- Toronto Lawyers Association Journal, Regulatory Matters - Editor
- University of Toronto, Faculty of Law - Adjunct Professor teaching “Financial Crimes and Corporate Compliance"
- Osgoode Hall Law School, Faculty of Graduate Studies - Co-Director of the Part Time LL.M. specializing in Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution
- Schulich School of Business - teaches “Corporate Governance” in continuing education
- The Advocates' Society - Member
- Law Commission of Ontario’s Advisory Group - Member
Osgoode Hall Law School
Osgoode Hall Law School
University of Toronto
Baker & McKenzie LLP, an Ontario limited liability partnership, is a member of Baker & McKenzie International, a Swiss Verein.