Natasha Chin

Natasha Chin

Associate, Technology

Key Contact: Gaming

Contact Information

tel: 416.862.4225



Bar Admission

Ontario, 2017


  • University of Toronto, J.D.
  • University of Ottawa, B.Soc.Sc (Summa Cum Laude)



Natasha’s practice includes advising on general corporate and commercial matters with a focus on technology, outsourcing, licensing, procurement, and complex service-provider arrangements. She has experience advising large financial institutions, retailers, and emerging and high growth companies.

She completed her J.D. at the University of Toronto, during which she worked as a Research Assistant to Professor Trudo Lemmens and spent a semester studying law at the University of Copenhagen. She was also a member of the Orientation Week executive and the Students’ Law Society. Prior to law school, she obtained her Honours Bachelor of Social Sciences in Political Science from the University of Ottawa, which included the completion of internships at Transport Canada and Employment and Social Development Canada.

Natasha joined Osler as a summer student in 2015 and returned to complete her articles with the firm in 2016-2017. During her articles, she completed a secondment to General Motors of Canada Company.

    • Acted for a major Canadian financial institution in the procurement of mobile point of sale payment processing software and related support services.
    • Represented a leading Canadian financial institution in the renewal of its $500 million hardware and software procurement master arrangement.
    • Acted for a leading Canadian financial institution on the implementation of business process automation technology.
    • Represented a national retailer in connection with the outsourcing of its email marketing functions.
    • Acted for numerous early stage technology companies in the development of software-as-a-service agreements, licensing agreements, service agreements, reseller agreements, and terms of use.
    • Assisted a leading international technology company in the acquisition of a video game development company.

  • Law Help Ontario, Small Claims Court Duty Counsel Volunteer (2016-2017).
  • Pro Bono Students Canada, Law Society of Upper Canada, Volunteer (2014-2015).
  • Pro Bono Students Canada, Health Professions Appeals and Review Board, Volunteer (2013-2014).
  • Artists Legal Advice Services, Volunteer (2013-2014).

  • Ontario Bar Association, member of the Information Technology and Intellectual Property Section Executive
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Law Society of Ontario

  • Co-Author, Lessons from Privacy Breach Class Action Settlement in Canada, Canadian Privacy Law Review, 13 CPLR 11, November 2016.