Samuel Bogetti



(236) 317-6213

(604) 674-9245

Sam’s practice focusses on commercial and regulatory litigation and investigations. He offers experience in matters involving securities and competition law, public company and shareholder litigation, commercial fraud, and merger and acquisition disputes. He acts as class action defense counsel in price-fixing litigation, secondary market liability claims, and other Canadian class proceedings.

As a member of the firm’s Canadian Competition and Antitrust group, Sam assists clients with all aspects of competition law, including inquiries by the Competition Bureau, merger reviews, criminal and civil investigations, private proceedings brought under the Competition Act, and foreign investment transactions under the Investment Canada Act.

Sam supports the firm’s White Collar Defense & Investigations team in assisting clients with regulatory investigations and enforcement proceedings, including in matters related to allegations of securities fraud, insider trading, market manipulation, money-laundering, and embezzlement. He also advises on corporate risk management and compliance measures, including in relation to securities regulation, antitrust, and anti-bribery and corruption laws.

Prior to joining the firm, Sam was an associate in the litigation, arbitration, and investigations group at an international law firm.


Canada to Increase Penalties for Non-compliance with FDI Reviews

February 01, 2023

Michael Osborne and Samuel Bogetti were quoted in a Foreign Investment Watch article discussing the new guidelines the Canadian government issued for their national security review process.


Getting Ready for Canada’s Upcoming Ban on Wage-Fixing & No-Poach Agreements [Alert]

February 17, 2023

Wage-fixing and no-poach agreements will be illegal and subject to criminal penalties in Canada as of June 23, 2023.

Canada Proposes Sweeping National Security Updates to Investment Canada Act [Alert]

January 23, 2023

Foreign investors in Canadian businesses are set to face tougher national security review provisions under the Investment Canada Act.

Commissioner’s Appeal of Rogers-Shaw Decision Likely to Fail [Alert]

January 17, 2023

The Commissioner’s appeal is scheduled to be heard on January 24, 2023. Read our prediction on the outcome of this appeal.

Rogers-Shaw-Videotron Deal will Increase Competition, Tribunal Finds [Alert]

January 17, 2023

The Commissioner of Competition had applied for a full block of the Rogers-Shaw-Videotron deal. The Tribunal rejected every allegation made by the Commissioner.

BCSC Reaches First-Ever Settlement Agreements for 52(2) Violation [Alert]

October 04, 2022

These recent settlement agreements are the first public application of IR-related disclosure and demonstrate the BCSC’s expectations of how 52(2) will apply.

BC Court of Appeal: Bankruptcy Does Not Erase Monetary Securities Penalties [Alert]

August 16, 2022

In Poonian v British Columbia, the British Columbia Court of Appeal ruled that the fresh start policy does not extinguish fraud-related securities penalties in British Columbia.

BCSC Denies Driving Privileges to Enforce Securities Fraud Sanctions [Alert]

June 16, 2022

The BC Securities Commission dismissed an application to overturn a decision to deny a man a driver’s license after committing 62 counts of securities fraud.

Events & Seminars

Past Events

FIRE Starters Global Summit: Dublin, Ireland

February 22, 2023 - Dublin, Ireland


  • University of Calgary, J.D., 2018
  • Thompson Rivers University, B.A., 2013
  • University of Gavle (Sweden), B.Sc., 2013
  • British Columbia
  • Ontario
  • Alberta

Vancouver Bar Association

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Global and Vancouver Chapters, Associate Member