Jan M. Nitoslawski is an International Trade Counsel in Cassidy Levy Kent’s Ottawa office with a litigation and advisory practice.
Mr. Nitoslawski represents clients in all aspects of anti-dumping proceedings before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal and the Canadian Border Services Agency, and in judicial reviews and statutory appeals before the Federal Courts and binational panels. He also advises clients on compliance with economic sanctions, on navigating Canada’s import and export permit regime, on assessing trade and investment treaty compliance risk, and on the enforcement of anti-dumping and countervailing duty orders.
In addition to his international trade practice, Mr. Nitoslawski acts on behalf of clients in government procurement disputes and advises on competition law compliance.
Prior to joining CLK, Mr. Nitoslawski clerked for the Chief Justice of the Federal Court, and was a litigation associate with a national firm.
Before attending law school, Mr. Nitoslawski worked as trade policy analyst and negotiator at Global Affairs Canada, where he was involved in the negotiation and conclusion of several free trade agreements.
- Canadian Bar Association
- Ontario Bar Association
- LL.B & B.C.L., Dean’s Honours List, McGill University
- M.A., Norman Paterson School of International Affairs
- B.A. (Honours), Queen’s University
- Law Society of Alberta
- Law Society of Ontario