Cameron is an associate of the firm in our Business Law and Technology, Privacy & Data Management Groups. He provides counsel on a wide range of corporate law matters, including mergers, acquisitions and dispositions of businesses. Cameron works closely with clients at each stage of the transaction, from collaborating with clients at the outset of negotiating the terms of a deal to advising clients on closing the transaction. He also advises clients on general commercial and business law matters related to the day-to-day activities of their business.
Additionally, Cameron is a member of our Technology, Privacy and Data Management practice group. In that capacity, he counsels emerging and well-established companies on data protection and management, data privacy, and cyber-security issues. He provides counsel to clients on information technology legal issues and transactions by leveraging 4 years’ experience in the technology industry. Prior to joining Torkin Manes, he advised private and public clients of Canada’s top IT solutions providers on data centre, security, networking, client hardware and software, and cloud solutions, as well as managed services. He is a Microsoft Certified Professional in Designing and Providing Microsoft Licensing Solutions to Large Organizations. While at Osgoode Hall Law School, he trained machine learning and natural language processing algorithms while interning at a leading Canadian AI software company.
In 2022, Cameron earned the Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (CIPP/C) credential through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), joining the ranks of professionals worldwide who currently hold one or more IAPP certifications. The IAPP is the first organization to publicly establish standards in professional education and testing for privacy and data protection. The CIPP was developed and launched by the IAPP with leading subject matter experts, and is the world’s first broad-based global privacy and data protection credentialing program. The CIPP/C demonstrates an understanding and application of Canadian information privacy laws, principles and practices at the federal, provincial and territorial levels.
Cameron has published on emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, and their legal ramifications, including the ethical considerations for businesses using AI and intellectual property challenges of developing machine learning based artificial intelligence software.