Gabriel Stern specializes in information technology law, advising on new technology issues as they emerge, along with consumer protection, outsourcing, privacy, CASL, record retention, health sector and intellectual property-related matters.
Regularly assisting clients with licensing, e-commerce and outsourcing transactions, Gabriel has also drafted and negotiated a wide range of agreements including terms and conditions, procurement documents and terms of sale. Gabriel further specializes in advising on a range of consumer protection issues. He also provides clients with advice on cryptocurrencies, M&A transactions, freedom of information requests, and numerous record retention and privacy policies. Gabriel works with clients that range from large multinational corporations to small start-ups, and include both private and public sector clients.
Frequently speaking and writing on information technology and consumer protection related issues, Gabriel has been interviewed by the National Post, and has authored publications dealing with outsourcing and privacy-related issues. Gabriel has also prepared and continues to update the consumer protection section of Lexis Practice Advisor Canada and is the co-author of the consumer protection law practice note for Thomson Reuters Practical Law. He teaches at the Ryerson University Chang School of Continuing Education on a variety of legal topics.
Now counsel, Gabriel is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review. He holds a Ph.D. from McGill University where he taught as a sessional lecturer.