Steven Slavens’ practice focuses on corporate/commercial law, with an emphasis on technology and outsourcing matters in the financial industry. He has also advised on complex technology and outsourcing transactions for a variety of different clients in different industries. He has worked on a wide range of corporate and commercial matters, including sponsorship agreements, contest rules, marketing initiatives, public and private acquisitions as well as securities offerings and corporate governance matters.
Establishing an Effective and Efficient Third Party Risk Management Program for Financial Institutions
Co-Presenter, Knowledge Group Webcast
Compliance for Outsourced Services and Third Party Relationships
Co-Presenter, Canadian Institute’s Conference on Regulatory Compliance for Financial Institutions
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.
While at U of T law school, Steven was a research assistant for Professor Simon Stern, and a Senior Editor of the Faculty of Law Review.