Represented a legal publisher in two “right to be forgotten” brought by individuals challenging the publisher’s right to publish case law based on privacy grounds.
Twice successfully defended grievances on behalf of universities whose unions challenged the outsourcing of e-mail systems to the cloud.
Successfully represented a public health board in a judicial review application relating to disclosure of personal information that was held to be in the public interest under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act before the Ontario Divisional Court and Ontario Court of Appeal.
Represented a number of school boards in a judicial review before the Divisional Court relating to obtaining employee information held at another government institution in order to pursue litigation in the U.S.
Successfully represented a major financial institution in a guardianship dispute before the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Successfully represented a public health unit in a judicial review of a decision of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario before the Divisional Court and the Ontario Court of Appeal. Leave to the Supreme Court of Canada is currently being sought.
Represented numerous institutions under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act in appeals before the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario.
Successfully represented an intervenor at the Supreme Court of Canada in the leading workplace privacy case – R v Cole.
Successfully argued that an employer’s use of personal data in a legal proceeding was not a breach of existing privacy law.
Upheld the use of video surveillance in plywood mill.