is an associate in McCarthy Tétrault LLP’s business law group in Toronto. She advises clients in a broad range of sectors on strategies and issues relating to technology commercialisation, intellectual property, consumer products, consumer protection, e-commerce, privacy, anti-spam, broadcasting and telecommunications, and marketing and advertising. She assists gaming operators, suppliers and other related service suppliers in navigating the complex Canadian regulatory framework, and supports her clients at every stage from licensing and product development to marketing campaigns. Marissa has helped countless international operators obtain internet gaming registrations from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, and continues to provide these operators with advice regarding Ontario compliance.
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