Domenic provides clients with creative solutions and expert advice on technology-related issues arising from corporate commercial matters
Domenic is a partner and member of McCarthy Tetrault’s Information Technology Group in Toronto. Helping clients stay ahead of emerging industry trends, his practice is focused on commercial transactions involving information technology, with particular expertise in the areas of Open Banking, Bank-Fintech collaborations and data sharing, regulatory compliance, and data security.
Notably, Domenic has expertise in data security and regulatory compliance within the financial services industry, having previously worked as senior IT counsel for a top six Canadian multinational bank. This gives him unique insight into the needs of clients from across the financial services sector, as he guides them through the complexities of innovation and technology that continue to transform the financial services industry.
Domenic also advises on all other aspects of technology law, including outsourcing arrangements, complex IT services agreements, contracts for hosted applications and software licensing agreements for multinational financial institutions, insurance companies, and pension plans. He has the knowledge and experience that clients demand and require in order to successfully compete and evolve in an ever-changing commercial landscape.
Domenic obtained a B.A. (With Distinction) from the University of Toronto and his LL.B. from Queen’s University. He was called to the Ontario bar in 2000.