Monica Song leads Dentons' Communications Law group in Canada. A skilled administrative lawyer with in-depth knowledge of the business, legal, regulatory, licensing, and public policy issues affecting the communications industry, she has over 20 years’ experience advising clients in the sector, including wireline and wireless carriers, resellers, satellite operators, cable companies, internet service providers, cloud-based application service providers, digital media undertakings, content providers, and equipment manufacturers and distributors. She also oversees the provision of tailored commercial, access to information, lawful access, lobbying, privacy, marketing and advertising, copyright and transactional advisory services to clients in the sector. A seasoned litigator, Monica has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court, Divisional Court, Court of Appeal for Ontario, Ontario Provincial Court, Federal Court, and Federal Court of Appeal in both civil and administrative law proceedings. Her work before a host of statutory boards and tribunals has included proceedings before the CRTC, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, the Ontario Energy Board, the Canadian Transportation Agency, the Canadian Human Rights Commission, and the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
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