Steven has robust experience to support clients in outsourcing projects, licensing arrangements, co-branding initiatives and supply and distribution agreements. He advises clients on a wide array of corporate and commercial matters, including sponsorship agreements, blockchain-based services, contest rules, online terms and conditions, marketing initiatives, payments and cards-related matters, mortgage origination and servicing arrangements, and commercial and technology advice related to public and private acquisitions.
Steven Slavens is ‘good at taking a complicated problem and breaking it down to what matters,’ note commentators.
—Chambers Canada, 2021
Recognition and Awards
Chambers Canada—Up and coming lawyer in information technology
Best Lawyers in Canada—Leading lawyer in information technology law
Steven is a faculty member of Osgoode Hall Law School's professional development certificate programs for Negotiating and Drafting IT Agreements and for Regulatory Compliance and Legal Risk Management for Financial Institutions.
During his articling year at Torys LLP, Steven was seconded to The Globe and Mail, where he worked on corporate, privacy, defamation, employment, IP and social media matters.