Daniel G.C. Glover is the national co-leader of McCarthy Tétrault LLP’s Cyber Data Group as well as a partner for its IP and Technology Law groups in Toronto (Canada).
Mr. Glover has significant experience in all aspects of information law. His practice takes a 360-degree approach to data: he helps clients extract the tremendous value inherent in data, while at the same time managing the complex risks associated with data. He has worked on the highest-stakes files in the field, having advised clients in relation to the three largest data breaches in Canadian history and having argued landmark cases before the Supreme Court of Canada and other leading appellate courts.
His insights come from significant exposure to the many different areas of law touching on the exploitation and protection information, including privacy, cybersecurity, breach response, copyright and trademark infringement, privilege, anti-spam and marketing compliance, confidential information, competition law, constitutional law, and Internet law. Mr. Glover also works across a broad diversity of industries, including in the technology, social media, consumer products, retail, financial services, insurance, entertainment, gaming, automotive, industrial, and health services fields.
Mr. Glover is an adjunct professor in IP law at the Osgoode Hall Law School at York University and a co-author of Intellectual Property Law in Canada: Cases and Commentary, Second Edition. He received his M.A. from the University of Toronto and his AB from Harvard University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and won numerous awards, including the Thomas T. Hoopes Prize, the LeBaron Russell Briggs Traveling Fellowship, and the John Harvard Scholarship.