Borden Ladner Gervais has new lawyers in its ranks.
Anthony Hemond and Daniel-Nicolas El Khoury join the privacy team of the firm in Montreal.
The partner Eloise Grattonwho co-leads the group in question, says she is delighted to welcome new members to her team.
Mr. Hemond, who began his career at the Union des consommateurs, specializes in the area of privacy and the protection of personal information.
Before joining the firm, he was senior legal counsel for Air Canada, advising it on the management of personal information at the international level, involved in programs related to the pandemic, and supporting the compliance teams, procurement, as well as of cybersecurity. He was also senior legal counsel for Quebecor between May 2014 and November 2018.
Bar in 2008, he completed his legal training at the University of Montreal.
Daniel-Nicolas El Khouryfor his part, left the French company OVHcloud where he worked between March 2021 and April 2022, an international provider of cloud computing services, for which he supervised activities in Canada.
Me El Khoury, who specializes in privacy and technology law, advises on privacy regulatory compliance, data leak management and information governance.
Bar 2018, he completed his legal training at the University of Sherbrooke.
Never two without three
Of these hires, which took place last March and April, it is worth mentioning the arrival of Renaud Gravelwhich incorporates BLG’s litigation and insurance law departments.
The one who says he is “enthusiastic” to start this new challenge has just left Lavery, where he has spent the last four years.
With a law degree from UQAM, Me Gravel completed his internship at Lavery in August 2020. He was a law student for the firm between May 2018 and February 2020.