Daniel Fabiano’s business law practice is focused on privacy/information protection, procurement, and technology.
Daniel advises clients on the complexities of Canadian privacy, freedom of information, and anti-spam laws. Daniel regularly assists clients with:
- Ongoing compliance and risk management, including privacy impact assessments, privacy risk mitigation strategies, data sharing arrangements, privacy policies, notices and consents
- Preventing and responding to privacy breaches, cyber-security incidents and complaints
- Complying with Canada’s rigorous anti-spam law, including Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) investigations
- Responding to access to information matters at all levels of government – Daniel is a lead author 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.
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 also advises clients in innovative procurement methodologies and related strategies, and is one of the authors of the Healthcare Supply Chain Network “Innovation Procurement Toolkit Expansion” – a set of innovation procurement resources, guides and templates
In his technology practice, Daniel advises technology providers, developers and users on licensing, Internet/e-commerce platforms, social media, 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 service level agreements.
Outside of his practice, Daniel is on the board of directors of the Capitol Arts Centre, and has served on the board of directors of Healthcare Supply Chain Network, a national health sector procurement association, and the Canadian Medical Equipment Protection Plan. He is past Vice-Chair of Tarragon Theatre.
In 2018, Daniel served as General Counsel (Interim) of eHealth Ontario.