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Dan is a well-recognized cybersecurity, privacy and information management lawyer, with significant experience working with education and public sector organizations in Canada. Dan helps organizations:
respond optimally to security and cyber incidents
defend security and privacy complaints, claims and grievances
handle complex freedom of information matters and appeals
address security and other operational issues while minimizing privacy risks
Dan has maintained a privacy and security practice since 2003 and has acted as a security incident “coach” since 2006. He has represented clients in significant privacy, security and freedom of information litigation, including at the Ontario Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Canada.
Dan has been recognized by Best Lawyers, Chambers Canada, Who’s Who Legal and Lexpert, and has authored and contributed to privacy and e-discovery texts.
"His customer service and commitment to clients is superior. He is very well liked and appreciated, and is generous with his time in providing guidance."
Defended two grievances on behalf of universities whose unions challenged the outsourcing of email systems to the cloud.
Represented a legal publisher in two “right to be forgotten” cases brought by individuals challenging the publisher’s right to publish case law on privacy grounds.
Helped an educational institution obtain an Anton Piller order and recover data stolen by student hackers.
Helped a municipality obtain injunctive relief to address the theft and misuse of confidential information by a public official and resolve related privacy breach claims.