is the head of the firm’s commercial litigation technology sub-group, Brent is a partner who writes a regular technology column for The Advocates’ Society’s ‘Advocacy Matters’ publication. He is a member of the Canadian Technology Law Association and the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and serves on the Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Committee of the US-based Defence Research Institute.
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