, President of CAN-TECH Law and Partner at DWW has been nominated in the Business category for 2023.
Jennifer Davidson is a partner at Deeth Williams Wall LLP in Toronto, practicing in Technology and Cybersecurity law. Jennifer’s technology practice encompasses a wide range of technology-related transactional matters involving emerging tech, while Jennifer’s cybersecurity practice focuses on all aspects of the digital risk lifecycle, including critical incident response.
Jennifer’s the President of the Canadian Technology Law Association, past Chair of the OBA’s IP & IT Law Section and a faculty member at Osgoode Hall Law School’s Drafting & Negotiation IT Agreements.
Jennifer was recently recognized with the Precedent Setter Award and listed in Best LawyersTM Canada: Ones to Watch.
, Vice President of CAN-TECH Law and Senior Counsel with Google has been nominated in the In House category for 2023.
I’m an experienced technology lawyer with a solid record of giving practical, business-oriented legal advice. I love tackling complicated legal and regulatory issues and building consensus toward an approach. I have a tough time leaving a problem unsolved once I’ve found it.
After having worked at a major law firm, and now here at Google Canada, I’m great at analyzing and responding to complex (and frequently cross-border) legal issues, including product launches, cloud services and outsourcing agreements, commercial transactions, consumer protection, privacy and lots more. In recognition for my work, I was previously named to Lexpert Rising Stars: Leading Lawyers Under 40.
I’m also an active board member; I’m a VP of CanTech, a Director at the South Asian Bar Association of Toronto, and I am a co-chair of the Corporate Counsel Section of SABA North America. It’s important to me to remain active involved in my communities, with a particular focus on supporting diversity and equity seeking groups in whatever ways I can.
Congratulations Jennifer and Arun!