focuses his practice on technology, privacy, intellectual property, and regulatory matters. He regularly advises on IT and technology matters, including negotiating and drafting services, outsourcing, and licence agreements; privacy and data protection issues; and legal and regulatory developments in the technology sector. Chris has advised and negotiated services and cloud agreements for essential systems and mission-critical outsourcing arrangements. He has advised on privacy, data protection, the Canadian anti-spam legislation (CASL), consumer protection, communications law, legal compliance, and on advocacy before regulators and policymakers. This has included dealings with regulators and participation in proceedings before Canadian courts and tribunals.
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