Belinda Chiu is an associate in the Business Law Group and a member of the Competition, Antitrust & Foreign Investment Group. Belinda focuses on all areas of competition law, including merger review, abuse of dominance, misleading advertising, criminal and civil investigations, and regulatory compliance (including promotional contests). She also advises and assists international clients with foreign investment matters such as notifications under the Investment Canada Act. Belinda has worked with clients across a wide range of industries, including mining, technology, insurance, transportation, consumer goods, retail and manufacturing.
As part of the Corporate & Commercial and Information Technology teams, Belinda has experience and knowledge with respect to privacy law and IT related agreements. Belinda’s growing practice in privacy law consists of advising clients on Canadian privacy compliance, including compliance with Canada’s anti-spam legislation. She also engages in commercial drafting and negotiation relating to cloud agreements, master services agreements, outsourcing, management and consulting agreements, licensing and other technology-related agreements. Belinda is also a member of the Cassels Brock team partnered with Imagination Catalyst, OCAD University’s business incubator for start-ups by recent graduates.
Belinda also has experience dealing with a variety of regulatory regimes and engaging with regulators to assist clients with licensing and compliance matters. Her regulatory expertise includes: alcohol and gaming, textile labelling and consumer packaging, product markings, regulated health care professionals, nuclear substance and radiation devices licensing, and controlled goods program.
Prior to joining Cassels Brock as an associate, Belinda was a summer student in both 2012 and 2013, and completed her articles at the firm during the 2014-2015 articling term. Belinda received her J.D. from Queen’s University Faculty of Law in 2014.