Sina Kazemi is a technology lawyer who advises Canadian and foreign clients on a broad range of matters in the areas of technology and intellectual property, including technology development and licensing, mergers and acquisitions, privacy, and related corporate and commercial matters. Sina's experience involves regularly assisting clients in drafting, reviewing and negotiating technology contracts as well as providing risk assessments, including in connection with cloud services (including SaaS) and professional services agreements.
Sina is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (CIPP/C) through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
Sina has a Master's degree in microbiology and biotechnology from the University of Alberta. He is the co-author of an academic paper published in the Supreme Court Law Review entitled "Section 2(b) of the Charter and the Regulation of Digital Expression" evaluating the Internet as a protected medium of communication under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Sina has also co-authored a paper published by the Legal Education Society of Alberta entitled "Patent Law for Non-IP Lawyers".
Prior to becoming an associate, Sina articled with the firm.