Daniel represents healthcare facilities and staff involved in medical malpractice and class action litigation. He provides legal advice with respect to:
- privacy and security breach investigation and notification
- physician credentialing
- adverse event and risk management
- other diverse issues that arise in healthcare sittings
Daniel regularly speaks on privacy and health law and, to give back to the profession, he teaches Health Law in Practice at Windsor University’s Faculty of Law and co-chairs the Osgoode Certificate in Health Law.
Called to the bar in Ontario and Québec, Daniel obtained his law degree at McGill University, where he was actively engaged with the McGill Human Rights Working Group's Access to Medicine Campaign.
He also attended the National Law School of India University in Bangalore during a semester abroad, and interned for the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health in Mumbai. Prior to law school, Daniel worked for two years at AIDS Community Care Montreal (ACCM). He is fluent in English and French.