Bonnie practises corporate commercial law and works closely with lawyers in the Information Technology Group. Bonnie’s expertise lies in the interpretation and application of privacy, information and access-to-information laws.
She advises clients in the private and public sectors on managing the information they collect or create, including:
- financial services
- consumer products
Bonnie provides advice to federal and provincial healthcare and health informatics sectors. She collaborates with key industry stakeholders, including:
- healthcare professionals
- registries and other prescribed entities
- government and community agencies
- industry associations
- regulatory bodies
- pharmaceutical manufacturers
- non-commercial providers of information technology services
Bonnie has been at the forefront of information technology law and led a project for the Privacy Commissioner of Canada in 2009.
She has acted as external counsel for a number of health professional regulators and also spent several years as director of legal services for the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.