is an associate at the Toronto office. Her practice primarily focuses on advising clients with regard to compliance, governance, regulatory and due diligence requirements integral to the gaming industry. Chantal regularly advises applicants who seek registration with various gaming regulators and provides advice on other gaming-related issues to a wide variety of clients including internet gaming operators, gaming equipment suppliers and manufacturers, software manufacturers, payment processors, and advertisers. Her practice also includes a variety of corporate and securities law matters, including registration and compliance obligations, with a particular emphasis on start-up ventures and crowd-funding.
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