Winnipeg partner Danielle Graff has joined the board of the Canadian Technology Law Association (CAN-TECH), a national forum of more than 300 Canadian practitioners discussing issues in technology law.
Danielle heads the Innovation, Data & Technology practice at MLT Aikins. She furnishes clients advice on transactions, such as licensing and technology transfers, outsourcing arrangements, joint ventures, collaborative arrangements and M&A deals. Danielle also advises on privacy law interpretation and compliance issues, providing support in the implementation of IT systems and programs. She assists developers as well as customers of e-commerce and cloud platforms, and is experienced in helping clients with IP strategy and licensing as well as the transfer, purchase and sale of IP assets. Danielle has been recognized by Best Lawyers in Canada for technology law and in Lexpert Special Edition – Technology.
At CAN-TECH, Danielle will sit alongside 19 board members, drawn from other national law firms, the federal government and private companies, such as Google Canada and Lightspeed. Founded in 1957, CAN-TECH focuses on e-commerce, intellectual property and other areas of technology law. Its numerous committees include one for AI (artificial intelligence) and Women in Tech Law, which promotes networking, leadership development and mentoring for women at all career levels.