David B. Elder
David B. Elder
(613) 566-0532
(613) 230-8877
50 O'Connor St, Suite 1600, Ottawa, ON
Year called to bar: 1991 (ON)
David Elder is counsel who practises communications, competition and privacy law. He is chair of the Communications and Privacy & Data Protection Groups and a member of the Competition & Foreign Investment, Government Relations, and International Regulation & Compliance Groups. He also serves as the firm’s Chief Privacy Officer. David is recognized as one of the country’s foremost authorities on Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), having been involved in all stages of the development of the new law, including making formal submissions on behalf of a number of clients and having successfully worked to help secure some key amendments to the law and regulations during the legislative process. He has advised many clients with respect to the interpretation and application of the new law, as well as assisting businesses with the development of anti-spam compliance programs. He is in high demand as a speaker on the topic of CASL. With respect to privacy matters, David provides privacy compliance advice to a wide range of Canadian and international businesses, including technology companies, online service providers, manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers, conducting both "bricks and mortar" and online activities.
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