Daniel Fabiano is a partner with a corporate/commercial practice that emphasizes procurement, information protection and technology.
In his procurement practice, Daniel advises public and private sector organizations with initiating and documenting the bidding process, drafting and negotiating contracts with successful bidders and managing and mitigating procurement risks and bid disputes. He also advises bidding organizations on drafting effective and compliant bids, and on process challenges and bid disputes. Daniel recently advised Healthcare Supply Chain Network (an association of health sector vendors and purchasers) on separate RFP and contract templates for the purchase of goods, services and major equipment by broader public sector entities in the health sector – templates which are now used by health sector purchasers across Ontario. Daniel has a "Certificate in Public Procurement Law and Practice" from Osgoode Hall Law School.
In his information protection practice, Daniel frequently advises on privacy law (including health privacy law), and assists clients with conducting privacy impact assessments, developing privacy risk mitigation strategies, drafting personal information transfer agreements and data sharing agreements, documenting privacy policies, notices and consents, and responding to privacy access requests and privacy breaches. Daniel also advises clients on preparing for, and complying with, Canada’s new anti-spam law.
Daniel also advises individual, corporate and government clients on access to information matters at all levels of government. Daniel's recent focus is assisting Ontario hospitals to comply with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA). Daniel is one of the lead authors of the comprehensive "Hospital Freedom of Information Toolkit: A Guide to Implementing the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act" published by the Ontario Hospital Association. Daniel has spoken at numerous conferences on compliance with FIPPA and on privacy.
In his technology practice, Daniel advises technology providers, developers and users on acquisitions, joint ventures, licensing, Internet/e-commerce platforms, social media, purchase and sale transactions, corporate transactions and corporate policy matters. Daniel drafts and negotiates a wide range of contracts, including master service agreements, software development agreements and licenses, maintenance and support agreements, and data sharing arrangements – as well as a variety of contracts for clients in the arts and media sector.
Daniel is a contributor to the Laws of .Com E-Business, Privacy & Technology Law Journal, and past editor for the Information Technology & E-Commerce Newsletter, published by the Ontario Bar Association.
Daniel serves on the board of the Tarragon Theatre, a leading Canadian company for the development, creation and encouragement of new theatrical works.
- Member, Ontario Bar Association - Information Technology & E-Commerce Section
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Member, Canadian IT Law Association
- Member, Fasken Martineau Student Development Committee
- Member, Fasken Martineau Art Committee