TMT Law is a business law firm based in the Greater Toronto Area providing sophisticated legal counsel to the technology, media/entertainment and telecommunications sectors. We represent a full range of entrepreneurs and executives in these sectors and handle transactions of all sizes with a consistent level of attention to detail, client-service, efficiency, and deep understanding of our clients’ objectives.
We excel in identifying legal issues and providing thought leading advice, consultation, and solutions that drive the business of innovation technology and protection of intellectual property rights.
Our founder, David Laliberte, has over twenty years of experience, first as a lawyer with leading international firms Dentons and Baker & Mckenzie, and then as a senior in-house lawyer at Rogers, BlackBerry and Microsoft.
Meet the Team
David Laliberté is TMT Law’s founder. He is a lawyer with 18 years of experience in the technology and media industry. Until the end of 2015, David served as an Attorney and Director of Intellectual Property Policy at the Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington, where he was responsible for driving the company’s IP policy strategy, positioning, and engagement in several jurisdictions, including Europe, India and Canada. Prior to joining Microsoft, he worked as a Regulatory Counsel at both BlackBerry Limited and Rogers Communications.
He also serves as General Counsel & Chief Legal Officer of TFO, a television broadcaster and digital media producer based in Toronto, where he leads a team of six professionals responsible for all legal and regulatory matters including intellectual property issues, commercial transactions, corporate/board secretarial functions, content acquisition, employment law disputes and interactions with regulatory agencies.
David is a graduate of the law (J.D.) and business (M.B.A.) programs at the University of Ottawa and holds a Bachelor of Public Policy and Administration from York University. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada (full admission to the Ontario Bar), the Washington State Bar (admission as foreign in-house counsel), the American Bar Association and the Canadian Bar Association.