The following are Konrad's key areas of expertise:
EXPERIENCE IN DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
EXPERIENCE IN BROADCASTING AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
From 2007 to 2012, acted as Chairman of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. Responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Telecommunications Act, Broadcasting Act and the CRTC Act. Key files and activities:
EXPERIENCE IN COMPETITION LAW, MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
During the late 1980’s was the chief counsel for the Government of Canada in the privatization of both aerospace crown corporations, namely Canadair and DeHavilland. From 1997-2003, acted as Commissioner of Competition and head of the Competition Bureau of Canada.
Key files and activities:
EXPERIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE
During the 1980s, served as Senior General Counsel with the Trade Negotiations Office. In this role:
Subsequently, as Assistant Deputy Minister and Assistant Attorney General in the Canadian departments of Industry, Justice and External Affairs:
EXPERIENCE IN COMMERCIAL LAW
From 1982 to 1987 and 1892 to 1997 as counsel to the Department of Industry and Assistant Deputy Minister Business Law, Department of Justice he was responsible for all major commercial files of the government of Canada. In this role he successfully led the legal team:
He also the coordinated the federal government response to Commission of inquiry in the Westray Mine disaster.