Bree Jamieson-Holloway appointed as Vice-Chairperson of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal
Press release | Ottawa, Ontario, December 5, 2022
Ottawa, Ontario, December 5, 2022—Bree Jamieson-Holloway joins the Canadian International Trade Tribunal today as its new Vice-Chairperson. Ms. Jamieson-Holloway comes to the Tribunal from the private sector, where she had most recently headed a boutique law firm, Jamieson Law, specializing in all areas of business, corporate, commercial and employment law.
Ms. Jamieson-Holloway brings a vast range of experience from her work in international business, working for and representing government, public and private sector companies, as well as global organizations in the areas of corporate finance and corporate/commercial practice. She has also provided extensive business and legal support and consultation services to businesses entering the Canadian market and establishing operations in Canada for the first time.
The Tribunal is an independent quasi-judicial body adjudicating various international trade cases and matters. It conducts inquiries into dumping, subsidy, and procurement complaints, hears appeals of decisions of the Canada Border Services Agency and the Canada Revenue Agency, conducts safeguard inquiries, and provides advice to the federal government on economic, trade, and tariff issues.