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Miller Thomson launches tech, IP and privacy law group

by HR Law Canada

Miller Thomson has announced the creation of its new Technology, Intellectual Property, and Privacy Law Group. This initiative aims to enhance client services in managing and securing intellectual property, as well as in advising on technology and privacy issues.

The group is led by partner Aiyaz Alibhai and includes experts in various legal aspects of technology, from trademarks and patents to cybersecurity.

The firm’s assembled team brings together specialties in dispute resolution, data protection, and copyright laws, positioning themselves as a resource for clients in the digital domain. The new group promises to provide comprehensive legal services tailored to the complex needs of businesses in the digital era, encompassing everything from technology adoption and intellectual property rights enforcement to privacy and cybersecurity guidance.

Jay Hoffman, Chair of the Business Law Group at Miller Thomson, emphasized the critical role of dependable legal services in the current digital landscape. “Providing reliable legal services is crucial to empowering businesses to innovate, expand and protect their invaluable assets,” Hoffman stated.

He also highlighted Aiyaz Alibhai’s leadership as pivotal for the team’s mission to deliver practical legal solutions amidst the rapidly evolving technology and privacy law sectors.

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