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 an intervenor at the Supreme Court of Canada in the leading workplace privacy case – R v Cole.
Successfully represented OHSA defendant in a case that determines the breadth of the signaling requirement in Ontario’s Industrial Establishment regulation.
Represented a municipality in a case involving the public’s right of access to information about the location of an employee.
Successfully represented a gaming company in judicial review of a freedom of information appeal.
Represented an association of public hospitals in arguing that courts should defer to the Personal Health Information and Protection of Privacy Act legislative regime.
Successfully defended a university in a grievance challenging the university’s outsourcing of its email system to the cloud.
* past results are not necessarily indicative of future results and outcomes will vary according to the facts in individual cases