Parna Sabet-Stephenson
Parna Sabet-Stephenson
Partner at Gowling WLG
(416) 369-4611
(416) 862-7661
100 King St W, Suite 1600, 1 First Cdn Pl, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 2000 (ON)
Parna Sabet-Stephenson is a partner in Gowling WLG’s Toronto office and co-leader of the firm’s Fintech Group and Insurtech Group.  Her practice focuses on all aspects of outsourcing, technology law, and e-commerce. She also advises on the legal implications of emerging technologies including blockchain and the Internet of Things. Parna assists domestic and international customers and service providers in a range of industries including telecommunications, financial services, retail, pharmaceutical, energy, technology, and automotive. She has extensive experience in structuring, negotiating, and drafting various outsourcing (BPO and ITO), joint venture, technology acquisition, technology development, licensing, supply, cloud services, and complex services agreements. Parna is regularly called upon in respect of technology transformation and digitization projects. Fluent in English, French, and Farsi, Parna is a member of the Canadian delegation to the e-commerce working group (Working Group IV) of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law. She has been recognized in Chambers Global, Chambers Canada, The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory, and The Best Lawyers in Canada.
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