Deeth Williams Wall is delighted to have supported Toronto Police Services in the procurement of intelligent Body-Worn Cameras to be worn by police officers throughout the city.
For more information about the Toronto Police Services Body-Worn Camera Program:
DWW proudly congratulates long-time friend and client Kikelomo (Kike) Lawal on her appointment to Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of CIBC. Currently, Kike holds the role of Chief Legal Officer, Ombudsman & Corporate Secretary of Interac Corp. Congratulations Kike!
On June 1, 2020, Deeth Williams Wall LLP's Information Technology Group provided a commentary highlighting some of the significant amendments of the Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004 through Bill 138 and Bill 188
DWW is very pleased to welcome Fraser Mann and Elisabeth Symons to the firm as Counsel. Fraser and Elisabeth were the principals in the technology law firm of Mann Symons LLP, and we are thrilled that they have agreed to join us.
Deeth Williams Wall associate Jennifer Davidson discusses privacy implications and concerns about vehicle dashcams recording in service bays in the feature article of this month's issue of Automotive News Canada.
The article “EYE SPY with a Dashcam” can be found here:
Deeth Williams Wall LLP is pleased to announce that Partner Hung Nguyen has been appointed Vice-Chair of the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada's (IPIC) Member Communications Committee for the 2019-2021 term.
Deeth Williams Wall is proud to announce that it has been included in Chambers and Partners Global Guide 2020 as a leading Canadian law firm in the practice areas of Information Technology (Band 3) and Intellectual Property (Band 4).
Deeth Williams Wall LLP has been listed by Canadian Lawyer Magazine as one of the Top 10 IP Boutiques for 2020-21. Canadian Lawyer's “Top 10 Intellectual Property Boutiques” allows lawyers, in-house counsel and clients from across Canada to rank their top IP firms.
Deeth Williams Wall partner Richard Austin discusses the privacy implications for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with their impending move to Canada in The Times of London.
The article "What would life be like in Canada..." can be found here: