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Amir Eftekharpour

Amir Eftekharpour

Associate, Privacy & Data Management

Key Contact: Privacy and Data Management

Contact Information

tel: 416.862.6539



Bar Admission

Ontario, 2018

  • University of Toronto, Juris Doctor
  • University of Western Ontario, Hons. B.A. (with Scholars Distinction)

Amir is an Associate in the Privacy and Data Management group. He advises both large clients and start-ups from all sectors in respect of a wide range of privacy and cybersecurity matters, advising on legislation and regulations at both the federal and provincial levels. Amir’s practice includes advising clients on privacy issues arising from emerging technologies and issues that arise in the course of mergers and acquisitions. Amir also advises organizations on their responses to data breaches, assists with regulatory notification and investigations, conducts privacy reviews and assessments, and drafts and reviews privacy policies, practices, and procedures.

Prior to joining Osler, Amir practiced at a national law firm in Toronto.

  • Cybersecurity and Data Protection: Mitigating Potential Risks

    Co-Presenter, CPA Conference for Controllers, March 2019

  • International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)
  • Ontario Bar Association – Privacy & Access to Information Section
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Law Society of Ontario

  • Co-Author, Privacy Commisisoner’s Consent Guidelines Come Into Force, Ontario Bar Association Newsletter (February, 2019)
  • Co-Author, OSFI Releases Advisory on Technology and Cybersecurity Incident Reporting Obligations (January 2019)
  • Co-Author, What to Expect Come November 2018: Privacy Commissioner’s Final Guidelines on Mandatory Breach Reporting under PIPEDA (November 2018)
  • Co-Author, Privacy Commissioner Publishes Draft Guidelines for Mandatory Breach Reporting Under PIPEDA (September 2018)
  • Co-Author, The Difficulty Position: PIPEDA, PC(ML)TFA, and the Challenges of Dual Compliance, Banking and Finance Law Review (May 2018), Volume 33 Issue 2.
  • Co-Author, Mandatory Privacy Breach Reporting Rules Take Effect In November (April, 2018)
  • Co-Author, SCC Affirms Individuals May Have Expectation Of Privacy In Electronic Communications (December, 2017)
  • Co-Author, Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies Privacy Obligations For Utilities, Energy Regulation Quarterly (2017), Volume 5 Issue 4.