Daniel Fabiano’s business law practice is focused on procurement, privacy/information protection and technology.
In his procurement practice, Daniel frequently advises clients on initiating and documenting the bidding process, drafting and negotiating contracts, as well as managing and mitigating procurement risks and in bid disputes. He has both a “Certificate in Public Procurement Law and Practice” and a “Certificate in Advance Procurement Law and Practice: Major Projects and Tendering.”
Daniel regularly assists clients with privacy impact assessments, privacy risk mitigation strategies, data sharing agreements, privacy policies, notices and consents, and responds to privacy access requests and privacy breaches. He also works with clients on record retention policies and record management issues, as well as advising on complying with Canada’s rigorous new anti-spam law, including CRTC investigations.
Daniel also supports individual, corporate, and government clients on access to information matters at all levels of government. He is one of the lead authors of the “Hospital Freedom of Information Toolkit: A Guide to Implementing the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act,” published by the Ontario Hospital Association.