22 Adelaide St W, Suite 3400, Bay Adelaide Centre, East Tower, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1989 (ON)
A partner in BLG’s Corporate Commercial Group, Mark is engaged in a comprehensive technology law practice encompassing the breadth of corporate commercial matters. His expertise ranges from the preparation and negotiation of licensing, distribution, joint venture, business process, and IT outsourcing and technology development agreements, as well as procurement procedures and documentation such as RFPs. He has substantial experience in the governmental, hospital/health care, and biotechnology sectors, including the use of private-public joint ventures for the conduct of technology and outsourcing ventures. Mark has co-authored two editions of Kyer and Fecenko on Computer-Related Agreements: A Practical Guide, co-authored E-Commerce: Corporate-Commercial Aspects and Broader Public Sector Procurement: A Procurement Professional’s Guide, and authored Canada’s first biotechnology law text, Biotechnology Law: Corporate-Commercial Practice. Member of CBA and Digital Health Canada. LLM (Intellectual Property), Osgoode Hall. LLB/MBA, Osgoode Hall. Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. Recognized in 2022 and previous editions of The Best Lawyers in Canada (Information Technology Law and Health Care Law) and several other industry rankings. Called to the Ontario Bar in 1989.