New privacy regulations from the provincial and federal governments are increasingly adding more restrictions on the use, storage, and creation of data creating a minefield for unwary businesses. We understand that privacy and reputation are becoming increasingly under threat from the advancement of technology and instant communication in a growing global economy.
Our solicitor team is experienced in drafting and advising clients on all privacy related matters and can help your organization stay ahead of the curve or react against unforeseen circumstances to best protect your company’s interests. We ensure that our corporate clients are within compliance of all federal and provincial regulations and regularly assist companies with updating their internal policies. Our team routinely advises clients on the privacy aspects of corporate transactions, employee information, and data retention.
When the worst occurs, our litigation team is ready to assist you on an urgent basis to ensure that your privacy and reputation are protected from rapidly changing situations. Our litigators are experienced in both civil and criminal privacy matters. We regularly represent clients for and against defamation and have a long history of success in this area. We also have experience working with both the federal and provincial privacy commissions.
Contact our offices today for your privacy and reputation management solutions.
- Non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements
- Restrictive covenants
- Privacy, website, and social media policies
- Managing employee information and patient medical records
- Incident response planning
- Technology regulatory response policies
Litigation and Reputation Management
- Protection of reputation
- Invasion of privacy and unlawful surveillance
- Data breaches and cybersecurity
- Privacy impact assessments and risk management
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