Matthew Snyder

Matthew Snyder

Sociétaire, Technologie

Coordonnées

msnyder@osler.com

tél.: 416 862-5912

Bureau

Toronto

Admission(s) au barreau

New York, 2014

Ontario, 2014

Formation

  • University of Toronto, LL.M.
  • University of Michigan Law School, J.D.
  • Greenville College, B.A.

Langue(s)

anglais

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    Matthew’s recent work includes the following corporate and commercial transactions:

    • Acting for a major Canadian corporation in the procurement of advanced analytics services.
    • Acting for a major Canadian corporation in the procurement of enterprise-wide IT outsourcing services.
    • Acting for a major multinational bank in the procurement of business process outsourcing services.
    • Acting for a mid-size technology services provider in the procurement of IT support services for a multinational energy company.
    • Assisting a major transportation company in the procurement of a computer-aided dispatch and vehicle location system.
    • Assisting a major pension fund in the review and negotiation of services agreements and data license agreements.
    • Acting for numerous emerging technology companies in the development and negotiation of software-as-a-service agreements, consulting and development agreements, licensing agreements and website terms of use.
    • Assisting with the development of a transitional service agreement for a large Canadian M&A transaction.
    • Assisting a leading global professional services company with the acquisition of all of the assets of a Canadian insurance company.
    • Assisting with U.S. corporate, banking and securities transactions as part of a secondment at Osler’s New York office.

  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • American Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Toronto Computer Lawyers’ Group

 

  • A Commentary on Ontario Poison Pill Regulation: Moving Towards a Permitted Bid Mechanism, Volume 72/2 University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review (2014). 

  • GSP and Development: Increasing the Effectiveness of Nonreciprocal Preferences, Volume 33/4 Michigan Journal of International Law (2012).

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    Co-Author. Analysis of the Republic of South Sudan’s Accession to the East African Community: Benefits, Detriments and Recommendations, University of Michigan Law School Public Law and Legal Theory Research Paper No. 337 (2012).